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Another reason to return to Indonesia: to pay homage to the world’s largest (only? best?) chicken church.
Thank you Nancy, for sharing!
The internet is blowing up (ok, not really) but everyone who likes chickens is sending me this photo. I like it, if only to keep the chickens away from the tomatoes. What I really appreciate are the guard dogs!
With a heavy heart I report the end of Justice, our beloved patridge silkie.
A fox discovered a vulnerable corner of the chicken tractor, dug a hole, and carried poor Justice away. We were able to follow the paw prints and trail of fluff to the den. Most likely there are baby kits within, so I am taking comfort that Justice ultimately helped wild animals survive.
In an attempt to appease the universe, I made an egg offering at the entrance of the den. My hope is that the fox understands she is forgiven, and that the neverending supply of chipmucks are a better option.
I moved the coop to a safer spot, and piled logs all around to deter the digging. Poor Juliet is lonely, we might need to find her a silkie friend.
There are a few universal truths about keeping chickens. You put your flock at risk when:
- You introduce new birds to your flock
- You visit other flocks and track their chicken stuff into your coop
- Wild birds are in contact with your flock
- Your flock mingles with other domestic birds like ducks and geese
- Your coop isn’t clean
If you are vigilant about these guidelines, your birds have a good chance of leading a long, healthy life until an owl or a fox gets really lucky.
This article has some info about the Avian flu impacting Oregon. The strains are H5N2 and H5N8 and they cannot be passed to humans, cats or dogs, so don’t panic.