6/9/11

It's a good thing she doesn't have to diaper all these babies....





Still in the hay... our barn is full but there are still more bales in the field to pick up.
(But we're almost finished! YAY!)
Have a great weekend!

33 comments:

  1. So cute! I really have got to come and visit sometime on my way to Texas to visit family.

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  2. Love all the fluffy butts! So insanely cute!

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  3. WOW, what a bunch of babies...she is beautiful and so are her babies! The first drop is just getting on here, it's been so cold! Good luck with the crops. :D

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  4. So cute. Love the color!
    Blessings,
    Lorilee

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  5. Awwww, those babies are too cute! And yes, can you imagine that many lil' diapers, LOL!!!! Have a wonderful day paula!

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  6. Hi Sweetie... I was thinking this am to myself.. I wonder if Paula is busy:-) grin..
    YES, it seems so..
    Love all you chicks down there... smile..
    Blessings from where ever I am... smile..

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  7. wow..how many are there? She has her "hands" full....and she looks like a wonderful mama.....

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  8. Aw, those silky babies are so darn cute! And mama looks so proud of all her little babies too!

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  9. Oh goodness, Paula, these are so cute. No wonder you go crazy over your fuzzy bottoms. (grin) I am surprised your mama hen doesn't try to take your hand off. LOL

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  10. they ARE CUTE! We have a hen sitting on eggs now.....i hope they are half as cute:)
    Kris

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  11. I think those chickens are so darn cute. She sure does have her hands full.
    Have a great day.

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  12. Oh, they are SO Cute!!
    I love chickens!
    hughugs

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  13. Very cute biddies!!
    We're almost finished with the first cutting of hay; back to the field this afternoon!
    My granddaughter has been bottle feeding a lamb; I was never around sheep so it was a treat to see the baby.

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  14. This right here is the ANSWER as to why a farmer goes through all their hard work...preciousness.

    I'm loving my backyard chickens and CAN'T WAIT until I get to move to our acreage full-time so I can have moments like this!

    Lana
    www.FarmLifeLessons.blogspot.com

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  15. Oh my goodness, what a sweet flock of babies. Kiss each precious head for me willya'?

    Hope you are staying cool.

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  16. Awwww, those as cute little chickies....))smiles))

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  17. How sweet! She sure had a good bunch hatch didnt she? Wouldn't you know it..........I purchased 18 baby hens, because my older hens were not interested in sitting. Now........one of my Americanas is broody..........sigh. Have a great weekend. blessings,Kathleen

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  18. Paula, they are DARLING! I have blues here, but won't breed them until next year. We have to get rid of some roosters, first. The new henhouse is still going up, but VERY slowly :-). Haying has just started here, too.

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  19. Better her than me!
    We received the most wonderful gifts this week...29.5 5x5 bales of hay, cut from our pasture, and tonight, blessed rain...thank you, God!

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  20. Cute babies. She's got her work cut out for her.
    Stay cool!

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  21. Hi Paula, my name is Sue, I enjoy visiting your farm and these silkies are so adorable. I have been wanting to get me some to add to our flock.
    Enjoy.
    Sue

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  22. Hi, Paula. Those babies are so cute! I love to hear them chirping.
    Thanks for visiting me on my blog. Yes! OshKosh!! And cowboy boots! Flannel shirts and little bluejeans!! lol!!
    Take care!
    Patty H.

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  23. Just when I think you cannot possibly post any pictures as good as the ones you already have you outdo yourself. HOW CUTE CAN YOU GET?! Happy haying!

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  24. Oh those babies are so sweet Paula! Thanks for sharing those pics! They make me feel so happy...love, mare

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  25. oh my gosh! there just so fuzzy!
    :o)

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  26. Awesome!
    Nothing better than baby animals on the farm :)
    Hope this is a great week for you!

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  27. Oh, I just love the baby chicks. They are so cute. Good luck with your crops and I hope you will get the hay cut and into the barn soon. Farming is hard work, but very rewarding especially when the little chicks are born.

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  28. Those little chicks are making me cry! I want them to be mine..take good care of them.

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  29. Sweet babies, Paula. Hope you have a blessed week.

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