This little girl was all excited about going to see
the vet this morning for her dental:
And I have thankfully just received a call from the vet's office that she came
through the procedure fine, but with the loss of numerous teeth.
We'll be discussing how to feed her when I pick her up at 2 PM.
Here's our big girl in the snow this morning, grabbing her bone in the yard. She threw it up in the air,
over and over... the zero degree weather was not bothering her for long.
She was glad to come in when we were finished, though.
You can see my poor Butch took another beating. I've fixed the hole in the dividing panel for the time being... when it's a little warmer, I'll run some new wire... If you look closely, you can see Buffy the Polish girl inside the bottom nest of the wooden nest box. I think she was just staying warm.
I walked up to open the gate for my trip to the vet with Abby... and I noticed something as I came back down the drive... do you see it?
One foot is dragging regularly.
The lifeblood of the farm... propane. Our Mom-and-Pop company, KanGas... recently sold to
Ferrelgas, which is a large distributor in this region. However, the same good service happened...
we called on Tuesday afternoon, and he was here by nine this morning, while I was out finishing up after taking Abby to the vet. The truck reflects the new owner, as well as the number
on the side, an 800 number now.
For the first time this year, I did not let ANY chickens out because of the cold... however, this was
last night... and here's why they were bunched up...
Abby had her steely eye on them!!!
Stay warm and safe, everyone!