The last post was all about plants, so today equal time will be given for the animals around the farm.
The chickens are growing very fast.
They were moved to their chicken tractor last week and seem to be enjoying the change of scenery. The day I moved them though, caused the cow council to hold an emergency meeting.
After an hour or so, they unanimously voted to let them stay.
After all, chicken tractors make a great scratching post.
This is why the chicken tractor had to have some weight to it!
The bluebirds are getting bigger. There are 5 babies in the house and I suspect they will be learning to fly very soon. It’s getting very crowded in there.
Remember the 93 swallowtail chrysalis I had in my aquarium?
Almost all have emerged and my granddaughter helped acclimate them to the sunny, spring day.
The woodpeckers have been working overtime. How do they make those perfect circles?
And lastly, I just have to share these pictures of an old homestead close to our house. There were so many old iris blooming, I just stopped in the middle of the highway and took some quick pics.
Have a great week!