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Sunday, February 03, 2013

Ida the very intense chicken



Ida is one of the more feral chickens of the flock. It makes sense though, she was born under the hayloft rafters by a wacky Aracauna who is slightly flighty herself. It was a surprise hatch a few years ago. Certain chickens more than others are excellent brooders and also excellent egg hiders. We had to climb a 10 foot ladder to get to them on the day I heard them chirping.

Ida always has this intent look as if she's staring with darts.

"You looking at me?" she says before running off.

But I do love her little red top knot - sort of like a hat Audrey Hepburn might have worn in the fifties.

2 comments:

Barbara Hagerty said...

I love that you know each and every creature as a unique individual! I've often thought that if there is reincarnation, I'd love to come back as an animal or bird at Apifera Farm!

Cheryl Razmus said...

She may have a tough demeanor, but her clothes are stylin'!

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