Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Wordless Wednesday: This Is What A Guilty Chicken Looks Like...


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  1. Oops - tomato flavoured or red eggs?

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  2. Nevermind, they're a cute couple!

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    1. They are very cute. The garden wouldn't be complete without them.

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  3. Cheeky things. I think you'll have to fence the tomatoes off.

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    1. I thought I had! Seems that the girls are more accomplished at flying than I gave them credit for.

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  4. haha - you weren't supposed to see that!

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    1. I had been wondering where all the empty tomato skins were coming from!

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  5. Oh yes we have seen a lot of guilty chickens around our far lately LOL

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    1. I'm not sure I grow enough tomatoes for a lot of guilty chickens!

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    1. I actually felt guilty for chasing them away from the tomatoes.

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  7. Naughty step !!

    Both our dogs can do 'guilty' and 'sheepish' as soon as they are caught out !!

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    1. Why, what's the step done? ;-)

      Some dogs are great at looking sheepish. Our dog just looks stroppy, which is most disappointing.

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  8. Hahahaha, they really don't care do they - after all you did grow those Toms(?) just for them didn't you!
    We have a lot of hens and they have free run during the day which means alot of poop all over the place and scratched up beds - I can't help but smile when they leave an egg present on top of my electric cutter though lol Bizarre hens!

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    1. I would love our hens to leave eggs somewhere interesting. I don't mind the chickens scratching around in the borders where plants are established since they do a fine job of weeding.

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  9. Are you sure its not just raising money for Comic Relief Red Nose Day.

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    1. I can't believe how many tomatoes a chicken can get through!

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  11. That is a familiar sight here too! CT :-)

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    1. Perhaps we should stick to growing yellow tomatoes.

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  12. Not guilty.....ok we are! Now where's the lettuce?

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    1. Follow the slugs... you'll soon find it ;-)

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  13. Cute little critters, though!

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  14. Caught in the act! But at least they have good taste. :o) They're beautiful!

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    1. Great taste! Tomato 'Cherry Belle' is delicious!

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  15. I think they deserve a tasty snack, considering all the good fertilizer they provide for you!

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    1. ...and their bedding makes a super addition to the compost bin!

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  16. They are too cute and thus they have every right to those cherry tomatoes :-)...

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    1. Perhaps I should grow some tomatoes just for them next year.

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  17. but who could possibly resist such lovely looking tomatoes!

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    1. They were an excellent variety. Thankfully they were also quite heavy cropping!

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