at Rockin' S~Squared Farm
My daughter worked very hard to put in two rows of strawberries. Our free range pet chickens totally destroyed them. I can't believe how destructive they can be.
I'm just redoing a large garden that the chickens took over last year,they keep watching me thinking the fresh topsoil would make a nice dust bath..
LOL Chickens are funny like that for sure! ;D
Haha - no parole either, I think!
Yep...been there done that! Who'd have thought such cute feathery critters could be so destructive. It doesn't take them long to destroy a flower bed or a vegetable garden. We used to free range when we first moved to the country but now they're in the old barnyard where there is nothing to destroy. They're still free range...they just don't have as much 'range' to hunt and peck around in. I hope you're not getting the wind we're getting up here in our part of Kansas...and tomorrow is to be even worse. Enjoy the last of your week and your weekend!Maura :)
haha...I don't have chickens, but my crazy dogs like to steal things out of my flower pots all the time and oh it drives me nuts!!
Ouch...throw some dirt in their home area.They are Queens of destruction when it comes to gardens.Good Luck.Wendy just posted on facebook they had quarter size hail this afternoon in Meeker.Did you have any bad weather?Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham
Well, it was fun while it lasted.
Ha ha!! That shot just cracks me up..they are having so much fun, so totally unaware of how you are feeling about your poor flowers!
Ours love to dust in our flower pots too :-)
That is a great picture! I just found your blog and am enjoying looking through your posts! Your home is beautiful!
So cute! My chickens have had bad behavior toward each other in the coop/pen lately.. I think they're bored. However, I'm not sure that I want to deal with the uprooted plants and hawk scares of free-ranging. It's such a tricky balance! Who knew chickens could be so complicated? ;) -Tammy
Yep....my free range girls totally tore up my flowerbeds the first year I had them.....so they now free range in their fenced in area!Love your blog and now following!
I think gardening with "free ranging felons" would have to be even more of a challenge than gardening in Oklahoma already is. I love that shot.
Ah, but nothing beats a good dust bath.... that is, if you're a chicken.
So what do you think of that?