It's been a while since I posted some
good photo's of the critters
here on the farm
so for those animal lovers out there...
here you go!
Above is Olly.
He follows me and loves to be
in the garden when I'm working.
He's always on the lookout for the
most comfortable spot to watch
the world go by.
Lizzy would have pushed him out
if she could but Olly
from his nice warm sunny spot.
|Shep has to be close to the action.|
Chelsea is our little farm dog.
Her 'brother' Bubba our other Shih Tzu
is the 'house dog' but Chelsea
is definitely our
And she knows that's her title
because when ever well call her that
she wags her tail and looks
proud as punch. :)
Here's Hope enjoying her meal.
We expanded the chickens run
to behind the coop/garden shed
under the trees.
They are enjoying the soft dirt
and the shade.
This is Licorice.
She is a Barred Rock
and was bought as a chick along
with her 'sister' Gumball who
is no longer with us :(
Blogger is really acting up this morning
and trying to force me to have blue
type with underlining!
Anyway above is Buttercup who
was one of the chicks we
bought along with Licorice.
Buttercup is a Buff Orpington.
Above is Queen Latifa.
She is a Black Australorp and
has a 'sister' named Oprah.
We've had them since they were
We have 20 hens including one
Rhode Island Red named
and a rooster.
Lizzy has to check out the girls
'run' just in case there's
something good to eat
or something new to play with.
We'll have to watch her carefully
since we have two hens setting
on eggs and should have some
chicks by Monday.
They are in the 'brooder'
and are separate from the others
for now. They'll all be able
to see each other once the chicks are
old enough to go out into their 'run'
but they'll be separate from the others
until they are close to adult size.
Fluffy Butts...aren't they cute!
Queen L again.
This is Romeo.
He's a Black Australorp
and he is the nicest rooster...not an
aggressive bone in his body.
He takes good care of the girls
and they LOVE him ;)
Shep has the title of
He's smiling because I told him
how beautiful he was and that he was
our GOOD GUARD DOG.
Lastly here is a picture of Hope and Rosie
playing. I missed Hope rearing up
and bucking...too bad.
Well I hope you enjoyed seeing
some of our furry and feathered
friends here on the farm.
I hope you're enjoying a wonderful
sunny warm weekend.
Unfortunately we've got severe
weather warnings today
so the sun may not shine.
It's tornado season
in Tornado Alley...
don't think I'll ever get used to it!