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The Hazards of Backyard Hens

 
David Williams
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I saw this while browsing and i thought "So True", Admin if this has been posted before please remove this post



Peace and Love Dave oxoxo
 
Rick Roman
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Lol! Thanks Dave!
 
Lynn Jacobs
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That is great And oh, so very true.
 
Jay Green
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That was excellent and I've seen soooooooo many people like this...too funny!
 
David Hartley
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Bah ha ha ha
 
Jeremey Weeks
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MY WIFE!!! lol Thanks for the share!
 
                                            
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Lol OMG this is so true! It's happening to us already.
This coming from a couple with a 1 year old who does cute stuff all the time.

My phone has more pics of the chooks atm, and my hubby wants a goat for feta hahahah

We have a 'town goat' who visits but he's a Not so Billy.... So really ill equipped lol
 
David Williams
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Kristy and Kai Cameron wrote:This coming from a couple with a 1 year old who does cute stuff all the time.

Pretty sure the exchange rate on children, One child =10 kids , rofl joke joke !! , glad you liked the vid
 
Thea Olsen
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Kristy and Kai Cameron wrote:Lol OMG this is so true! It's happening to us already.
This coming from a couple with a 1 year old who does cute stuff all the time.
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You could always combine them. One of the cutest pictures ever taken of one of my kids is from when she was a toddler lugging her favorite hen around.
 
                                            
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@ David Williams.... Don't think hubby would love me for exchanging "The Bear" aka Alegra our little one for a handful of beans as it were...lol.

@Thea Olsen... We are getting pretty close on that one actually... She's a very curious one and although she hasn't gotten the hang of holding the laying pelets in her hand so the girls can be hand fed she sure has gotten the hang of calling them (cook cook... was her first attempt at a word...."very proud") and petting them gently... So we are pretty sure it won't be long before she is picking them up and trapsing around the property with one under each arm like a proud farm gal...hahahaha.

Nothing scares her and the girls seem to love her as does the afor mentioned "Not to Billy" goat who has taken to gently butting her as a way of getting her attention...lol. Now if we can just train her to understand that our local King Brown snakes don't make good pets we will be winning...hahahaha.
 
Julia Franke
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Hilarious and relatable. I shared this with some family.
 
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