Thursday, October 7, 2010

Freedom Rangers

 We have twenty-five more chicks (freedom rangers!) to raise for meat.
They will live in the new chicken tractor with an attached fenced yard for about a month. Then, they will move to the bigger tractor that the farmer will bring over from across the road. They can free range (with a perimeter fence near the woods for coyote protection) when they are a bit bigger and reliably return to the shelter at night.
But, they are still small.
And really cute.

In Japan, it seems that everything has a great aesthetic, even manhole covers. I like the one with the deer.

3 comments:

  1. I like the Portland manhole covers with roses.

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  2. Hey Barb,

    Those chicklets, baby chickens (i don't know what they would be called haha) are so cute!

    I've seen some of your pottery and all i can say is, amazing. =)

    I actually came across your blog because I saw your blog on a "master" blog awards site. Says you were a great resource and I'm currently looking into doing some pottery myself, so I surfed the net a little bit and came across your site.

    Anyways, thanks for the tips/inspiration, Barb!

    Alice

    P.S- Oh yea, congrats on the award too!

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