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Good looking chickens.
Thank you, John.
At least they weren’t talking turkey.
Though maybe Turkish, as they live in Central Turkey 🙂
Rode my bike past a chicken farm tonight. Random comment 🙂 How did I miss the post about the pink chick?
I don’t know – but maybe you missed it because it was a very early post and you hadn’t discovered my blog back then?
Ça a l’air sérieux comme discussion.
Oui, c’est un peu comme ça.
I love this so much.
Thank you very much, Sedge.
That’s a nice candid shot 😉
beautiful shot capturing the moment of here and now : ) cheers
Thank you very much!
Wonderful warmth and depth Rabirius!
Thank you, Patti!
Great capture,so sweet,all different characters…The chicken lobby:)
Thank you, Esra. I was also happy to find that motive in front of my camera.
An animated conversation!
Yes, indeed. Thank you.
Oh – these birds are SO beautiful! I’d be jealous except I think they would be too stressed in our heat here. Sigh. Chicken envy.
Thank you very much.
Do chickens have problems with the heat in tropical regions? I thought you can find them everywhere.
We do have chickens here – but the breeds that do the best are the ones who are not as heavily feathered. There is one breed with naked necks – UGLY! – that do exceptionally well here.
Okay. I didn’t know there were so many different kinds…
Hi Rabrius – Take a look at this week – down in the post, and you’ll see a photo of a naked-necked chick that Austin bought. He LOVES this ugly breed because it does so well in the heat. (when you see the photo, you’ll understand why I have chicken envy for your beautiful birds). http://ffwrfromfiji.wordpress.com/2013/08/08/8-august-2013/
Thank you for the tip. I will have a look!
This reminded me og the chicken at my childhood home were we enjoyed their conversations and their affection. My mother even treated them with warm meals and they were mad on them. We had all sorts of chickens but I liked most the big dark brown and fat light brown laying hens and the ‘Mechelse’ or Malines chickens.. The ornamental chickens were not as communicative.
I was brought up in the city – where you only find the obligatory cat or dog. But I think it must be great to live with chickens and other animals.
I also was brought up in a city, but we had acres of ground around our very huge house where the laboratory and chemistry of my father was. At our second house in the country we did not have chickens at our own acres, but there we as kids could enjoy the animals at the farmers.
I always used to live in big(ger) cities – and I still do. As a kid we spend some time on a farm once – but that was all the country life I had so far. I only had a cat when I was little.
I think it very useful for kids to grow up in an environment where they have to take care also for animal. Cats are easier for children than dogs where they do have to have a certain age so that they can take responsibility and can go out with them. (Otherwise it are the parents of the kids have to make the daily walks.)
Did you have the cat a long time and afterwards as an adult did you take cats in the home as well?
I had the cat for a few years and then I went to another city to study where I only had a very small apartment. So I left it at my parents house. It was used to much space – so I guess it wouldn’t have liked being confined to just one room.
I love these pictures. I’m not even sure why, but there’s something so appealing about them.
Thank you very much for your compliments!
Wonderful chickens – just love them!
Thank you, Jude.
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