Chick Days on the Farm

I just can’t stand how cute these chick’s are! We have raised plenty of baby chick’s but this particular batch is incredibly friendly and very easy going as well as active. It is such a joy to spend time with them after a long day at work!

Testing out our wings!

Testing out our wings!

 

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6 responses to “Chick Days on the Farm”

  1. Eliza Waters says :

    Delightful. Chicken meditation is so relaxing. 🙂

  2. Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread says :

    Baby chicks are wonderful. Right now we are enjoying six baby ducks. 🙂

    • vermontfarmheart says :

      I’ve always wanted ducks on the farm but the rest of the family feels they are too messy and won’t stay inside the fences, thus eating the gardens. Ducks are so darn cute though!

      • Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread says :

        They are definitely different than chickens. They don’t pick on each other like chickens do but they are really messy. Right now, they are just so cute. 🙂

      • vermontfarmheart says :

        I like the idea that they don’t pick on each other! I had to remove one of the chick’s the other day because they started picking her around a spot on her shoulder where her feathers are growing in. I do love my chickens but wish they would play nice!

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