NPR, The Chickens are Interviewed

April 28, 2012

I received a phone call from our local National Public Radio (NPR) radio station. They had read that I learned to speak the chickens’ language.  They came to create a Sonic ID.  If you listen to NPR, you will know the Sonic IDs to be the small, under two minute, stories that assist in transitioning the main stories together.  My favorite part, is that I recognize each and everyone of my girls talking to me in the background.  I’m so proud of my girls!  Click here to listen.  Enjoy!

Photo Credit:  Tilly’s Nest

 

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11 thoughts on “NPR, The Chickens are Interviewed”

  1. What wonderful sounds they make. My girls make their own sounds that I am beginning to recognize the meanings of too. I just love it. Something that after a 20 year dry spell with no chickens, I had forgotten about. Loved the interview.

    @ 3Beeze Homestead

  2. That's terrific!! We're getting our first baby chicks in one month and I look forward to getting to know my girls. I love all their little noises.

  3. Cool. I've been telling my wife I understand the girls language and she doesn't believe me. Now I can have her sit and read this post and the linked post as well as the interview. Maybe she won't think I'm crazy now???

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