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Cheery_Daff wrote: »
Ha, it's amazing how quickly they get used to things isn't it? Ours were SO hesitant the first time we (stupidly) let them into the house. Now we open the back door and a big feathery wave ascends over the doorstep :rotfl: :rotfl: M
Lots of chicken sunbathing going on today :j
So pleased your fence is finally going up edwink! What a relief! :j
Karmacat wrote: »
That sounds adorable, Edwink! The fencers obviously think so too
edwink wrote: »
Will get some pics on here as have been taking some throughout the week. Not that fences are much to look at but all the talk of fences at least deserves some pics me thinks
Thank you for your on going support by reading my posts everyone. It is so nice and heart warming that you are interested enough to pop on to our hen thread and thank me for my waffling fencing posts
Pyxis wrote: »
Actually, thinking about how much that fencing is costing, and all for the sake of a few feathered friends, I think you should train them to lay golden eggs, don't you? :rotfl:
Are there any really tall beanstalks in the vicinity? :rotfl:
SisterAnna wrote: »
Would love to see your picture of Langley Edwink. Awww I bet she looks so comfy and so sweet.
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