Thursday, July 9, 2015

Chicken Picker


"Hey Woody, you got a little somepin' stuck in your wool."


"Here, I'll get it for you."


"Yeah?  So I'm a [wool] pickin' chicken plucker ;-)"


15 comments:

  1. That chicken matches Woody's colors, I guess it's pretty good stuff as it looks beautiful and healthy.

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  3. Ha! Is it true that chickens eat ticks? One of my friends claims that if you have chickens, you won't ever have to worry about ticks and Lyme disease.

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    1. I think it knocks them down, but we still get some ticks around here and I sure wouldn't trust it 100%. Guinea hens are supposed to be the best I've heard.

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    2. If you can stand all the noise the Guineas make! I think more farms would have them if it weren't for that.

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  4. Oh, and I meant to say that I didn't get any message about word verification -- so maybe it's turned off for good!

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    1. It's off for now, but then sometimes it just starts up again. Don't. Get. Me. Started. ;-)

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  5. cute shots of your chicken!!!
    Have had a busy summer and checked back to the first of June to check out Liddy's progress!!
    Many Parents envy you in how quickly you are able to get your little ones out on their own!!!
    Your shawls are lovely!!

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  6. The light in that last picture is very nice. :)

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  7. You know the lamb pictures are cute and all.

    But chickens pickin' stuff out off sheep? It warms my heart and makes me laugh. Thanks for that!

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  8. It is 3:44 AM.........I needed to see that chickie doing her job!

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  9. Next up - the chicken crosses the road-oops-field to follow the sheep!

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  10. Good girl!
    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  11. Great photo! He's a very nice looking rooster... And does a nice job :-)

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