It’s chicken breeding season. Obviously, I’ve had to lower my expectations this year. Things got started later than originally planned and I don’t know how many eggs I’ll be hatching or how far apart. However, I put 25 eggs into the incubator just over a week ago, so we are underway. From the blue pen, … More Chicken Breeding Season, of Some Kind
I think I won this round of Broody Roulette. Just. I had moved broody Helen Cluck into the big cage so she could sit on some Batch #2 eggs that needed to be moved out of the incubator so the Batch #1 chicks could hatch. The Batch #2 eggs had to go to a broody … More I Think I Won This Round of Broody Roulette
Winston Cheepers is now a father. There are baby cheepers running around. Batch #1 The first batch of eggs were in the incubator until lockdown (egg lockdown, not pandemic lockdown), when they were given to broody hen Frodo. She successfully hatched all eight of Jenny Cheeply’s eggs, which are her grandchicks, before standing up and … More Baby Cheepers
Well, it’s shaping up to be an interesting election. Just what is going on in the birdhive? Human Todd has resigned as opposition leader, which is disappointing, as he really ought to have done that before I named my young rooster after him. Chicken Todd seems to be unaffected by this news. He is full … More What is Going on in The Birdhive?