Chicken Paradise

The chickens have moved into a heavenly new home at my relatives’ ranch a little over an hour’s drive away.

The soil is sandy, perfect for dust baths and scratching around, and there are 800 acres of greenery and insects for them to eat. They also have a talented builder on staff, so they are guaranteed a fancy new coop. And my relatives appreciate the eggs far more than we do.

I’m very excited for the chickens, because the ranch is a perfect place for them to live happy lives. I would like to have a place like that for them, myself, but we’re not ready to have a ranch just yet. We have to finish our house remodeling and buy some land first!

With the chickens safe in their new home, we are free to move forward with our remodeling without fear that the chickens will get into the debris or get out of the yard.

We are definitely going to have chickens in the future, when we’ve got a good setup for them. If the original crew are still alive when we finally move into our own piece of property, I’ll see about getting them back from my relatives. 🙂

But until then, I bid a fond farewell to my dear pet chickens–especially my Peepers, who will always be my baby boy–and close this chapter on chicken ownership. Of course, I can go visit them on the ranch any time!

–The End–

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3 Comments

  1. August 7, 2010 at 12:54 pm

    Godspeed, chickens!

  2. daisydog said,

    August 8, 2010 at 1:19 pm

    Awww! Gonna miss the chicken stories 🙂 But they are gonna be happy!

  3. Barbara said,

    September 21, 2012 at 4:22 pm

    I just love your blog! i grew up with chickens who were also part of the family and am enjoying reading about your experience with these loving birds. Yes, they CAN love people and mine did.
    Looking forward to whatever else you write but will greatly miss the chicken stories!


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