|my sweet Elizabeth|
They're all pretty scared of Riggs. If he gets near the coop they keep their distance from him. I can't wait to order some chicks that we can raise by hand, cuddling and loving on them all the time so they're used to us and aren't scared of poor Riggy, who is so so so in love with the 'caw-caws', as he calls them.
It's so nice have fresh eggs, I just can't get over it. Only Clucky has been laying for the last couple of weeks. I'm not sure what's up with Duchess, she's moulting so maybe that's it. I'm the most novice bird owner ever so any insight would be helpful.
|can you spot the difference between my eggs|
and the organic ones I bought from the store?
We'll see what changes winter will bring, but for now my recommendation is, get chickens! They are incredibly low maintenance and they are so fun to have around. If you've wanted them but are intimidated by the whole process of getting started, I promise you, it is so incredibly easy once you've got everything set up. A good coop and run, some food and water, and you're set!