A few months ago we decided we wanted chickens so we could have our own supply of farm fresh eggs. We got them just days after they hatched and now they are about 3-4 months old. They should start laying eggs in less than a month now.
We started with 15 but one was killed by a dog and a coyote got another. So we have 13 now and we’re much more protective of our chickens. In fact I’m planning on going coyote hunting soon!
Here are some pictures our chicken adventure:
Our baby chicks.
Lacie and Chloe setting up the chicken run.
All set – now we just need the chickens!
Cailee introducing the chicks to their new home.
The girl’s and the chick’s, are so cute! Josh, good luck hunting,and be careful. I realy miss living out there. I miss being in the wood’s, with Roxy.If you need any hunting tip’s give me a call lol. I love and miss you so very much be good!!!!!
Hey Mom, I miss you too. Hope you’re doing well down in Hawaii.
WHAT A PROFESSIONAL JOB SOMEONE DID ON THE CHICKEN COOP ! I NEVER IN MY LIFE SAW A BETTER ONE !!!
LOOKS LIKE YOU LIVE IN THE COUNTRY….. I LOVE COUNTRY LIVING. I GREW UP ON A FARM AND HAVE ALWAYS MISSED IT… WISH MY KIDS COULD HAVE GROWN UP ON A FARM OR AT LEAST IN THE COUNTRY . LOVE TO ALL. GRANDMA BAAA
Hey Grandma, glad to see you found our blog! Yeah, I wish I could take credit for building that chicken coop but it wasn’t me. We ordered it from a business in Oregon who makes them. We started with 15 chickens and now we’re down to 12 (stupid coyotes and dogs!). Country living is fun! We enjoy it very much.