Monday, July 11, 2011

The girls have moved!

This past weekend, the girls moved to a new home for personal reasons. We are so happy to share with you, their new location and family. They live not too far from our house here in Ohio. They look so happy in the shade on their new land. THanks, for giving them a great new place to live, Truli. We will surely miss them.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Finally! ABOUT TIME! Our girls are laying again.

The shot with the two blue/green eggs are our first two eggs of spring. YAY!

This is our egg shown next to my sister-in-laws egg. That's a double yolk in that giant momma!

Friday, July 16, 2010

Poppa Bear, Momma Bear and Baby bear?

Hahahaha. Here is a shot from my sister-in-law.
Her current chickens laid the big one, and her new chickies that just started laying laid the next two. What is UP with that little one?! hahahahaha.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Sookie laid her 2 eggs!

Yep! Yesterday, Sookie laid an egg in her kennel and then last night we took her back out to the coop to sleep with her sisters and this morning she laid the other. HIP HIP HORRAY!!!!
She's no longer egg-bound! She's a happy chicken.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Sookie: Egg Bound!

OK, so another chicken ordeal. Saturday, went out to the coop to pick up Barb's remaining feathers and saw Sookie. Sookie's vent was NOT attractive and it looked like she had hemorrhoids. I could tell she was in pain, because she want' moving or eating and was low to the ground. Took her to the vets. We were there for almost 5 hours and they took x-rays. Yep, TWO EGGS STUCK! Soooo, what does this mean? Since Saturday, we have been giving her antibiotics for a small infection around her vent, liquid calcium twice a day in a syringe in her mouth and vitamins in her water... along with extra oyster shells in her protein layer food and yogurt and greens. We cut the cracked corn. The vet said that this ordeal happened because all Sookie was eating was the cracked corn and not her layer food (which has all the calcium and vitamins to produce a strong egg to lay) Basically her shells on the eggs were too soft and thin to lay, hence them being stuck. So, now we wait. She's acting well. She seems like a normal bird. We dealt with her being sick last year and didn't think she would make it. But Dr. Mohan is just wonderful. He knows how to take care of birds! Because she's acting well could be that she's gone broody and doesn't want to lay yet. OR she laid them and ate them, if they were soft. Stay tuned!