Chicken Fun

 

Uh oh... DIY time by the looks of things...

Uh oh… DIY time by the looks of things…

 

 

Old bags that compost came in, some re-used cable ties and a penknife...that can only mean one thing...

Old bags that compost came in, some re-used cable ties and a penknife…that can only mean one thing…

 

 

He's going to build a gate out of old bags and cable ties??

He’s going to build a gate out of old bags and cable ties??

 

Don't look at me, I'm busy! No really, stop looking at me...

Don’t look at me, I’m busy! No really, stop looking at me…

 

No, you idiot chicken! He's going to cover the outside run so we don't get wet! Assuming he doesn't attach it upside down or get the cable ties stuck to his head or something...

No, you idiot chicken! He’s going to cover the outside run so we don’t get wet! Assuming he doesn’t attach it upside down or get the cable ties stuck to his head or something…

 

Before...

Before…

 

After...

After…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I give it four days, five tops!

I give it four days, five tops!

Well, I guess my Chicken Language Translator is working then! Until next time…

oOo

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  1. I am very glad that we don’t have a chicken translator on Serendipity Farm as if we did the air would be blue from the clucky chooks swearing up a storm at me when I pinch the eggs that foolish “other” chooks lay under them every day. We have a couple of acres here and our flock (1 rooster and 17 hens and a duck who thinks she is a hen) have plenty of places to hide on the odd occasion when precipitation falls from the sky. I read Mrs Snails blog post about wet hens being angry in the U.s. and soppy in the U.K. I would like to weigh in with our wet hens in Australia being pathetic creatures that stand around looking hard done by and expecting treats to fall from the sky for their recompense. Good luck with that chooks! Glad to see someone else re-using bits and bobs that are laying around the place to facilitate quick fixes. We are about to make a rough and ready “structure” (for want of a better word) to protect our blueberries that we dug up from a friend and that we thought would croak for sure as we read that they HATE being transplanted but that are covered in blueberries…from avid “everything” attack. I would actually like a few of those blueberries so it will be a most interesting cobbled together fortified structure of great inventiveness that we need to create to stop the blackbirds in particular from invading Poland and scarfing down our prospective blueberry harvest. The things that we permaculture peeps do to facilitate a save eh? 😉

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