Chickens Stories from Our Nest

Chickens for Hire

Dear Sirs and Madams,

We are interested in full time employment at your place of residence.  We don’t take up too much room. We are relatively quiet, except for a little crowing now and then.  We love to clean.  We keep busy most of the day with our strong work ethic.  We keep a clean house and love to socialize when allowed.  We are great at the art of conversation.  Please see our skills listed below.  We are ready for hire this Spring.  Please contact your local hatchery for details.  Thank you for your interest and we hope you find our talents and skills desireable for you and your family.

Exterminators–We love bugs.

Protein producers–There are meat breeds available.

Loving pets–We love hugs, snuggles and kisses.

Fertilizer engineers–We love to add to your gardens.

Garbage disposors–We love scraps from the kitchen.

Weed eaters–We don’t mind helping tidy up the gardens.

Egg layers–Nothing like fresh laid eggs in the morning.  Did we mention free delivery?

Cutest composters ever–Just doing our job.

Partners in sustainable living–We are part of the local food movement and helping families become independent.

The Chickens

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  • I would give them an outstanding recommendation!!

  • Absolutely! I'll let them know 🙂

  • such a cute idea!
    Love it, you are so creative!

  • I just wanted to know what happens when the chickens get sick? Are they simply disposed of? Chickens are social animals they feel better when surrounded by their peers, they are a lot more than just egg laying machines if you take care to put the time. Chickens get lonely too.

    • I would encourage you to spend more time reading my blog, especially when I share their life lessons. The one about Oyster Cracker and Sunshine's friendship is especially sweet. Check it out!

  • Amy

    Love this!