These belong to Husan. I cannot express how thankful I am that these belong to Husan and not Mr. Baggins.
Isn't Husan a beautiful rooster? We have not really had any problems with our roosters as far as the hens are concerned, or even amongst the two of them - no problems. Husan has never even shown any kind of aggression towards anyone. Mr. Baggins on the other hand is a different story.
Mr. Baggins to the left here, and one of our fine hens, Lucy to the right. I have to admit, I love taking pictures of our flock. They love to come around me when I am sitting on the ground in the barn yard, because often I have some treats in tow that I feed them from my hands. Just today Mr. Baggins tried to spur me on several occasions while I was in and out of the barn doing chores. I was on the phone talking to a friend and I was not really paying attention to him... it wont happen again. He didn't hurt me, but he sure as heck scared me.
One of our outside cats, Zeke a Russian Blue is quite at home amongst the chickens. He is one of our three Russian Blues that live "in" the barn.
I love Lucy!
We are collecting 80 to 90 eggs per week at this time, this makes me happy and helps provide eggs to the families we are committed to selling to.
Rebel with unrelenting commitment continues on those eggs. She refuses to get up for anything at all - food, pooping, stretching her legs - nothing. Hopefully in about two or so weeks, we will have some peeps!
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