Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Peeping in the Bath

I got 5 chicks today, some Barred Rocks and one Buff Wyandotte. It made for a very noisy drive home. I wanted to get some Ameraucana's, they lay the green or blue eggs. They sold out in less than half an hour and no one else in the area knew when or if they were getting more. Most places I could have ordered them from would not have only till the end of May or they required a 25 chick minimum. I can only have 10 in town.

I had to make a frantic call to my sister all ready, when they go to sleep they look dead. I am glad that I got the infrared heat light. Once the sun set they started to get quiet. Which is nice, other wise they would have keep the cat and I awake.


Shalini said...

Hi Michelle! You won my giveaway! Send me an email over at readingandchickens AT gmail so I send you your present!

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