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Drinking with Chickens

Postby sewren » Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:49 am

Ever feel like you're missing out on an important part of chicken-keeping....?

http://drinkingwithchickens.com/


I particularly liked the photos in this entry, where she invites friends to come and drink with her chickens:
http://drinkingwithchickens.com/2016/05 ... -chickens/
Seventeen beautiful chooks in a rainbow of breeds and Silver Appleyard ducks!
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Re: Drinking with Chickens

Postby eae » Thu Sep 08, 2016 12:00 pm

Love it :)

I quite liked...

http://drinkingwithchickens.com/2016/06/15/when-your-chicken-has-better-hair-than-you/

My 13yo son is desperate for some fluffy headed girls like that ;-)
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Re: Drinking with Chickens

Postby sewren » Thu Sep 08, 2016 10:58 pm

Hen buns - classic! She definitely takes a good chook selfie - that's for sure! :lol: :lol:
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Re: Drinking with Chickens

Postby freerangeJ » Thu May 25, 2017 3:27 pm

sewren wrote:Ever feel like you're missing out on an important part of chicken-keeping....?

http://drinkingwithchickens.com/


I particularly liked the photos in this entry, where she invites friends to come and drink with her chickens:
http://drinkingwithchickens.com/2016/05 ... -chickens/


I love this!!! And I'm sure my grandmother would too. Thanks for sharing
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Re: Drinking with Chickens

Postby sewren » Fri May 26, 2017 2:15 pm

Ha ha - I had actually forgotten about this website. Nice to re-discover it.

I am very impressed with their backyard coop (https://www.drinkingwithchickens.com/bl ... d-the-coop)

It seems really well designed, and I'd never think of wallpapering the walls, but it's actually probably not a bad idea for avoiding hiding places for mites. I am now plotting whether my coop needs a makeover, although I doubt I'd ever get round to that, nice as it would look....!
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