completed this week, and have once again gotten behind in my blogging.
Just wanted to share this cute picture of our feathered girls outside
our back door, pecking for bugs and worms. A second one is beginning
to lay, we suspect it's the big red one because Rich saw her setting
in the nest box. Yesterday morning there were 2 eggs in the bottom of
the cage they sleep in, one was without a shell.
We need to help them learn to lay in their nest box...Most of the eggs
we are getting now are being laid in their cage during the night or
early morning. They like the nest box, and have laid in there, but
it's not very consistent...we are hoping that changes as they get
older, they are only 5 months now.