Where I live, the raccoons get the chickens, and every other living creature smaller than they are. And an electric fence is the ticket! They make very eerie sounds when they first "discover" the hot wire!!
I like your design on the towel too. L
Thanks 4 your kind words:):)L
Great job, love the story behind it....
Well it is true lol hugs
Thats a lot of crowing! Looks great and fitting!
Ah thanks Deb :):)
Hi Carolyn, what a wonderful story about the Roosters and yes this pattern is just right for him. I hope he gets to try again after Winter is over. Love Chris
Oh he will he is building a coop (i think that is what he called it)Hugs Always xx
Love this Carolyn. If I was younger I'd want chickens but no more. Would worry about coyotes, big bird predators unless I fenced them in real good all the way around. My daughter gets beautiful fresh eggs. He'll love this design. It is great to want to grow your own food.
Yes you should of seen his garden.Thanks my Pea Farmer:):)
I have to chuckle seeing the towel after reading the story. I think you chose the perfect design. I hope the electric fence works perfectly and his new endeavor is successful.
So far so good It is winter here now .So come spring He will try again lol thanks
I like others enjoy hearing about your life. I was raised on a farm, but not in as remote area apparently as you. Thanks for sharing. He will get a wonderful laugh and love the towel.
I hope he does he likes what ole Momma makes lol
Carolyn I always love reading about the life you have. What a brilliant design for your son - I love it. How many roosters did he raise?
He had 30 that became Chicken Nuggets lol .
Then he bought another 15 they only weighted in at 6 pounds at time of there death lol
as they never had enough time to grown bigger .