The eggs have arrived!

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Here is my small stone for January 26, courtesy of my husband.🙂

Chris Kafer

Our return from a week long vacation in Orlanda, FL was greeted with the first two eggs from our girls! They had excellent care from their two new “godparents” David and Julie.  I left plenty of water and food for the chickens so we asked D&J to lower and raise the ramp each day and maybe give them a sprinkle of oatmeal, and that was supposed to be it.

What none of us expected was the blast of cold air from the north that brought below freezing weather with freezing rain to Raleigh.  I woke up in the middle of the night on Thursday worried that the water would freeze in their waterers. How horrible would I have felt if they had died of dehydration?  I couldn’t get back to sleep.

Friday we get a call telling us that the water had indeed frozen asking us what they should do.  We…

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