First day with the Flubenvet in their feed - hope it helps as now Rosie has a pretty mucky bottom today too.
|Didee and Rosie our two bantam blue Orpingtons with mucky bottoms|
Tonight I only had to lift the two Orpingtons onto the perch, as Matilda and the Scots Dumpy put themselves on - awww, ma wee hens are growing up so fast.
Two eggs today!
One is brown with darker speckles on it , which we suspect is the Australorp Matilda's, and the other one was the little shiny white one from our Scots Dumpy.
Now that I have my hens, all I want to do is stay at home and get to know them. They're just so fascinating to watch, I can't believe I ever lived without them. I am sure you feel the same way about your pets.