We just seem to be surrounded with so much cuteness at the moment. We have day old hybrid chicks which I can't resist holding and stroking as well as the silkies and pekins. Si is going to be busy building another chicken shed this weekend and more pens so that we can move some of the pullets outside and these chicks can then go in the large brooder.
We have also been getting orders for our eggs but letting the chickens free range is making it difficult to collect them all. There are only a few using the next boxes so we are having to search the barn and under the caravan for the rest. I made a bit of a boo boo the other day and put three eggs into my jacket pocket and then forgot about them, unfortunately my mobile phone was also in there. I came in and lazily threw my jacket over the back of a chair. broke two of the eggs and then had to try to wipe yolk and slimy albumen from around the buttons but luckily it still works even though it still smells a bit eggy.
My Bonny is getting prettier by the day. Ms Humphreys does make beautiful babies. She has the most amazingly expressive eyes. Bonnie doesn't make much of an effort to eat hard feed and just stands back to watch everybody else fight it out for prime position but she does push in as we are putting out fresh hay.