Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Are you done with chicken yet?

No Turkey's to be seen at my house, as I am not hosting Thanksgiving this year.

So instead I am sharing more photos of our pretty new chickens.
Latte is turning out to be quite the poser and is happy to come up close to check out the camera.

Some of the reds...These ladies are already averaging 3 eggs a day from 4 red hens.

New Rooster is very handsome...Look forward to seeing him in his full tail come springtime.

The white Easter Egger is a little shy.

And today we got our first...yup that's right GREEN EGG!!!
*Do a happy chicken dance now*

Tomorrow I will start working on a DELISH creamy Roasted Tomato & Basil Soup for Thursday...I will try and type out the recipe and share here later in the week.

Hope yall are well and have a wonderful Thanksgiving

Blessings Kelsie


Mike said...

What breed is Latte? Yes, the roo is a looker.

Saun said...

I am so jealous miss my mom's hens. Something got'em so now she doesn't want anymore. I would have some hens but I live in the city darn. So I'll just have to live vicariously through you tee hee.

mississippi artist said...

Wow, do you feel all Martha Stewart like with your green egg? LOL! I love tomato-basil soup, looking forward to your recipe. We are going to my sons for Thanksgiving, so I am not cooking too much, besides I have some long work days today and Friday and Saturday.

luckybunny said...

Lovely girls! They like modeling too I see :)

Patty said...

I love your chicken pictures! They're beautiful chickens. :) Happy Thanksgiving, Kelsie, to you and your family.

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Great pictures. My girlfriend has chickens, I should head out sometime soon and get pictures to share of those and her pet goats. From our home to yours Happy Thanksgiving. hugs ~lynne~

Kerrye said...

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Glenda said...

The chickens are posing indeed! The shy Easter Egger is my favorite. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family - hope you're having turkey, not chicken ;)

Andrea said...

I'm so honored that you shared this post on Frugally Sustainable! I am loving your blog! You take beautiful pictures:) Thank you so very much for linking up to Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways:) It is my sincere hope that you will continue to make Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways a part of your Wednesdays! Keep the great posts comin':)