Almost A Week in Photos: Fear of the Unknown

June 1, 2012



January 23, 2012

During mid-Winter, the girls were becoming bored. Snow was on the ground and there was no where to roam free.  Small snow drifts surrounded the coop.  I had been at the feed store this day and picked up a Flock Block for the girls.  They lived in fear of it at first.  As you can see, they timidly approached this new stranger in the coop.

Once they got over their initial apprehension, they devoured it!  It lasted about a month.

I am away for a few days spending time with my sister and her new baby on the West Coast. Please enjoy these photos while I am away.  I can’t wait to return and share my adventures with you. 

Photo Credit:  Tilly’s Nest

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  1. Hi- I wanted to email this question but I can't find a way to email you (I'm probably just missing it.) Anyway, I just moved to MA and want to get chickens. I notice that your run does not have a roof, and that you put up plastic sheeting instead. Can you tell me why you went the route you did, and if you wish you had a roof on your run instead? Thanks!
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