lol look more throw pillows

douglaswbacon:

our free-range chickens moved into the barn for winter

douglaswbacon:

our free-range chickens moved into the barn for winter

pleasantfowl:

Rose really likes to photobomb.

Yes.

kneadedlove:

Side 1 of the ukranian goose egg I did yesterday. #vermont #100happydays #chickens

kneadedlove:

Side 1 of the ukranian goose egg I did yesterday. #vermont #100happydays #chickens

hannakpersson:

Here they come! #egg #hatching #chicks #chickens #spring #fallkulla #eggincubator

hannakpersson:

Here they come! #egg #hatching #chicks #chickens #spring #fallkulla #eggincubator

A message from Anonymous


Question: can we submit pictures of our own pet chickens to you??

Yes, absolutely! 

peopleholdingchickens:

There is no love like the love between a boy and his chicken ♡♡

chickensgloriouschickens1:

Marley learning to be gentle with the baby chicks #vscocam #chicks #chickens #goldenretriever #farm (at Maypenny Farm )

chickensgloriouschickens1:

Marley learning to be gentle with the baby chicks #vscocam #chicks #chickens #goldenretriever #farm (at Maypenny Farm )

lexxlovessavannah:

Dumpling

-photographed by me, Alexis Spangler

A message from stonetemplepilots


Hi! I have a question about chicks, I recently lost a bunch of chickens, so I bought 5 chicks, they're not ready to introduce and I don't have a broody hen, but how will I know when they are? When they're fully feathered? Or when they're big? If it helps, my current flock consists of 3 roosters and one hen, I plan on separating the problem rooster whenever I do introduce them, he doesn't like new chickens.

Going by size has always worked for me! Once the newcomers look big enough to hold their own, give it a try. If it doesn’t work out, just wait a little longer and try again. 

didsomeonesaydipperpines:

Harvey makes the best expressions. He also thinks he’s a cat.

didsomeonesaydipperpines:

Harvey makes the best expressions. He also thinks he’s a cat.

sparrf:

listen to this noise my chicken makes when she is sitting on her nest