Ha lol.you got your hands fullThe girls at the end of the bar are all sleeping now, but they had a dust-up earlier. We’ve just started free-ranging them from their two separate coops: two gray banty Cochins in one, and four white Rocks in the other.
So they all are allowed to roam the yard during the day now. The Rocks are double the size of the Cochins. But one of the Cochins made it known that she is The Boss. She puffed up and flapped at one of the big Rocks who came too close. That Rock ran squawking like Godzilla was chasing her. We laughed so hard we cried! Feisty little fluffy thing bossing that big ole chicken.
When it got close to roosting time, that fierce little cochin herded those Rocks right back to their coop, too. Then she marched into her own and started telling me that it was snack time. No wonder they are all sacked out at the end of the bar now!
awwww you just wish you explain to them how to make friends, huh?The girl at the end of the bar doesnt realize that barking like a maniac at the kids next door doesnt make them want to play with her.
She is extremely friendly, really wants to play, but she is deaf. If she sees a rabbit and takes off, she wont hear me call her back.