Today when I got home I had so much to try to get done before dark. First I had to get some wheat straw from the barn and put it on the floor of the milk barn.......I really really like wheat straw. For some reason it makes me think things are nice and clean when I use it. I had cleaned the milk barn real good yesterday, but by the time I finished....... it was to late to get some hay. I have wanted to move the little chicks from the side porch down to the milk barn for some time now. Today was the day. After awhile their dust gets to be to much. Miss Gracie was going to have to move her out of her cage.
She lives in the milk barn so she is protected from predators. I take her outside so she can run around and eat bugs..........
do a little scratchin.....
and just looks "purty"..........don't ya think?
I take her outside for bits of time so she can eat bugs, seeds and grass. She loves it outside........I have to protect her though...if you remember......... her husband was killed by the bobcat.
Anyway Miss Gracie is free to run around in the milk barn now
Now the babies are all snug in their new home. Do you see the fuzzy feet.
After I got all the little chicks in their new cage I thought it would be fun to let Forrest and Penelope go for a swim.
All I needed was a:
red edged/white galvanized pan........
play a little peek~ a~ boo................
do some cleaning and grooming..............
and then I let them do a little relaxin....because you can sit and sit and sit and be entertained..........and also be so thankful that the Lord thought up little things for us to enjoy.
Can you believe they were this tiny a few weeks back? Ducks grow very fast........you have to enjoy the little stage.
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Blessings sweet ladies and I will pray that the Lord will bless your day!
Mission accomplished! ...and the little ducks look so sweet ♥ReplyDelete
Love the Farm Photo's sweet little ducks :-)ReplyDelete
Linda, how precious they are..being a city girl, I just love watching the farm animals.thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
So precious! Thank you for sharing! I want some baby ducks..:)ReplyDelete
Hugs Granny Trace
Good morning sweet ladies!ReplyDelete
Well I am off for work. I came home yesterday and I had a little chick that was not doing so well. When a baby chick is among other chicks if they are sick at all the others seem to know it and are not good with them. I am having to take it to work with me today. Well not in the kitchen......I will keep it out in the car. I will check on it on break. Hope it makes it. It used to be when I got to stay home I didn't have to worry about caring for my animals.........so far I have taken a chicken and a baby kitten........works for me.
So glad you like all the pictures. It was so fun taking them. Always hoping that they will bless you.
Oh, those ducklings are so cute! We thought about getting the girls one for our "pond" in the backyard, but they were all gone when we went back to Tractor Supply.ReplyDelete
By the way, Rebekah knows how you feel now. A dog killed all but 3 of her chickens and then a possum came and killed the other 3. They have all new chicklets now!
There's nothing like a swim in an enamel tub!ReplyDelete
What darling little ducks!!!ReplyDelete
I'm still considering getting chicks this spring and have to make a decision by the middle of this month. They would be penned in, but I'm afraid my GSD would scare them to death or that when they're ready to lay eggs, they'd be so nervous about the dog that they'd go on strike. :-(
Looks like you have all of your ducks in a row Linda! LOL Your little chickies are sure to be enjoying their new space much better and Miss Gracie certainly enjoys hers as well I'm sure! Miss Gracie looks like she's really having a great time out in the grass.ReplyDelete
Hugs and blessings,
Those baby ducks are adorable. Went to the feed store yesterday and saw the cutest baby chicks. You are so blessed to have such sweetness in your days. I have 6 roma tomatoes on my plants, so excited, it's a first for me. Blessings to you!ReplyDelete
I love to look at the videos of your little farm animals especially the swimmers. Boy did they have a good time in that washtub.ReplyDelete
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I love the swimming ducks Linda!ReplyDelete
It reminded me of the time my father put duck eggs under a hen, she set them and raised half a dozen ducklings... it was great until the babies found a puddle, the poor old hen was beside herself fretting and clucking at the ducklings to get out of the puddle! We found it amusing, but the old girl was very stressed!
Hope the little chick is doing better <3
You are having way to much fun Linda with all those adorable critters! Cute, cute, cute! I have 3 little chicks I am raising for fresh eggs! My first time. Wish me luck and if you have any great pointers, send them my way!ReplyDelete
These pictures are amazing and I want to say those little ducks are soooooo cute!!!!! At work we are incubating eggs chicken and I am so excited for my 15 students to see this experance!!! thanks again for all the fun pictures and videos!
I really want a chicken!ReplyDelete
Love the pan filled with all the baby ducks!