A few hen pictures

I spent some time in the garden this afternoon …

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I moved a couple of blocks for the A Team to get at the bugs and woodlice underneath … they moved like lightening and the woodlice were soon gone!

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  1. Love,love,love your gift from D.H. Beautiful as are the girls. Loving my bantys by the way even though it’s all a bit of a challenge at the moment!

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    • LB

       /  May 3, 2013

      I’ve been following your banty adventures … you’ll get there!

      I’m trying not to rush the integration of our new girls, so we’ll wait a few days before moving them to within sight of Milly, Molly and Mandy. Then we’ll take our time before letting them share some space. I’ve never introduced a greater number of hens to a lesser number … I wonder what difference it will make?!

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  2. Great photos, wonderful gift.
    Hope you all have a blessed weekend. ♥

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