Lesson 1502 – More Chicken Photos from the Northeastern Poultry Congress

Here are a few more photos from the Northeastern Poultry Congress. As you can tell, I’m rather intrigued with close-ups.

My friend, Lauren Scheuer, was there with these delightful *handmade* “Lucy’s”  Read her book Once Upon a Flock to discover who Lucy is.  I now have my very own Lucy sitting on the mantle.

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Just look at those baby blues!

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This one can do yoga far better than I can.

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The feathers, oh the feathers.

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There is a chicken inside here.

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And finally, the faces which remind me why I so love these guys. 
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This one might just be my all-time favorite chicken photo.

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Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

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Filed under Chick Photos, Personal, Recipes, Teaching kids, The Family

One response to “Lesson 1502 – More Chicken Photos from the Northeastern Poultry Congress

  1. Ashley Passino

    Glad i’m not the only one that thinks chickens are beautiful! I would love a SIlkie, but it rains here, and we have 4 seasons, so that’s a no go 😦 they are so cute! Like lil teddy bears!

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