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7.28.2011

Summer Chickens

Here's a short video of my birds (a continuation of the excuse for not finishing my kimchi post still, yes I know).  Hope you enjoy!  Keep cool and stay well hydrated- just be sure to avoid the sugar or toxic sugar free sodas and flavored waters in this heat.  Aspartame and  sucralose (Splenda) are among the more detrimental sweeteners out there masquerading as "healthy" sugar substitutes.  More on sugar free poisons in a much later post.  Until then cheers! (Try some sparkling water or seltzer with lemon or lime and stevia for a nice refreshing twist instead). 




For those of you out there counting there are 32 birds in all- that's a lot of chicken feed!  Let's not forget our 5 cats and garden.  But then again the cats and tomatoes don't crow for you every morning and afternoon :)

36 comments:

  1. so funny that you would post about your chickens...we have chickens too! 55 chickens and 13 chicks! Some of the chicks are frizzle chickens which are very silly looking, but cute!
    I like having eggs that aren't corn fed! fun post! thanks

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  2. Thanks for the info. I will start following the tips given by you.

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  3. I'm actually thinking about getting some chickens for the eggs. Question, do your chickens lay eggs each day? Is there a way to make them lay an egg a day if they aren't?

    Thanks

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  4. We have chickens in our house, too! One good thing about having your own is having eggs which you know where they come from. Also, thanks for the tips on how to keep hydrated in this hot summer season! :)

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  5. Thanks for posting this funny and informative post as well.

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  6. Really neat how you have names for all of them. Credit to your memory for recalling who's who (hmm...that sounds more owl than fowl!)

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  7. Wow that's a lot of chicken! Its so cute that you really gave them names. ^^ What I like about having chickens at home is that I can cook their eggs and, uhm, them (chickens) too. :D

    Have a great day! Please send my regards to your chickens too.

    Rox

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  8. These are so cute Chickens, & it's surprising that you remember the names you've given to those chickens.

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  9. interesting. I discovered your blog and I'm really surprised ... good job

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  10. Cindy I love this post. My papaw used to have me hold his little chicks at the farm and this brought back great memories!

    -Albus @

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  11. I so love chickens we have 10 chickens in the backyard! Great vid, Thanks for sharing!

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  12. I love chickens! They are so cute and I love seeing them walk... :)

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  13. I so remember when I was still living with my grandparents at the country, we had a lot of chickens that I eat eggs..eggs.eggs..lol! This one got me, great..

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  14. So cuteee!!!!

    At one point i'm sure some chickens knew they were filmed ^^.

    It's been years since i last saw an alive chicken >.<

    You have some nice birds there,take good care of them!

    Have a nice day!

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  15. We share the same passion for chickens. They look so cute!!! :)

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  16. Been taking care of my sister's birds for the last few weeks. They are free range and organic. It's amazing how much better the eggs are than from the store.

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  17. I love the sound that chickens make during the morning and they look so cute to look at.

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  18. Those are so cute! I wish I had some of my own!

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  19. Nice post there is i like your tips on reducing the dehydration .

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  20. I love chicken and their eggs.What a tasty!

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  21. Great post, thank you! Cute pics of the chickens.

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  22. Really neat how you have names for all of them. Credit to your memory for recalling who's who (hmm...that sounds more owl than fowl!)

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  23. If I named my chickens, I don't think I'd ever be able to eat them. LOL.

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  24. i swear that at some point some of the chikens just knew that they were filmed,it's funny and cute.

    I just love the baby chickens when they are so small and so cute. xoxo

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  25. That is a lot of chickens! Looking forward to that kimchi post, I love that sutff!

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  26. Nice video, and thanks for the information was not knowing about toxic sugar free sodas before. Waiting for your next post.

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  27. i love chikens very much. they are so lovely. thanks for posting

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  28. This is a great blog. Glad I stumble upon your site. Keep it up.

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  29. Hi Cindy,

    Nice video! I never saw anyone recording their chickens to publish on a blog. Great! And they are soooo nice!

    Miranda

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  31. I am a big proponent of low carb, so any low carb recipe is a good one in my book. Nice recipe and nice site. Thanks!

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  32. These are so lovely Flock, & it's unexpected that you keep in mind the labels you've given to those chickens.

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  33. Good idea of growing chicken and any other animals at home, is it more cheap.

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