Poultry Friday

On March 10th we had baby chicks. This is what they look like on April 8th:

Baby Chicks, by Josh Poulson, 4/8/2005

You'll notice the feathery feet of silkies in this batch.

However, we do have grown-up chickens too. For example, the current ruler of the roost:

Rooster, by Josh Poulson, 4/8/2005

That's a more traditional chicken than a silkie.

Can't have a ruler without a roost:

Assorted Poultry, by Josh Poulson, 4/8/2005

The middle rooster is in this pack. He likes to beat up the youngest rooster:

Young Rooster, by Josh Poulson, 4/8/2005

This little guy was born last June and his voice still breaks when he crows.

Josh Poulson

Posted Friday, Apr 8 2005 08:58 AM

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Wow, they are so pretty!


Posted Saturday, Apr 9 2005 07:59 AM

Aw man, my mum used to have chickens for a while. They were such fun. I miss having chooks… nice pics!


Posted Saturday, Apr 9 2005 08:00 AM

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