Chicken Sequencing Continues


April 16, 2014 by Buffy

It started with a remodeled coop.  Then we got cool hens.



Farmer Rick made them a neat waterer and I brightened up their feed can.

Chicken waterer

Chicken waterer

Finished trash can!

Finished trash can!

Now, I ordered these cool egg crates from World Market.

White porcelain one for refrigerator storage.

White porcelain one for refrigerator storage.

By the sink for drying washed eggs

Blue one by the sink for washed eggs to dry









I’m not sure we are done sequencing yet, but new projects keep things interesting!  Right?  Really, I’m just killing time till it warms up for gardening!


5 thoughts on “Chicken Sequencing Continues

  1. Grammie says:

    How are the new bunny rabbits?

  2. Angela says:

    How cool your page is! Before I realized this was yours, I saw the top pic and said, “Wow, that looks like Brianna”! Then seeing all the other pics, the LIGHT came on! You inspire me so much. Probably not enough to actually do it myself but enough for me to plant a flower. haha
    I just Love you!!

  3. lizard100 says:

    Washing eggs can create a situation where bacteria is absorbed through the shell. The egg is coated at point of lay with a bacteria proof layer.

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