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Cane Corso Life

Our big baby dogs Cane Corso (Italian Mastiffs) love to play. A few weeks ago, as I was outside taking care of the other animals…the girls tore up their pillows. Usually, one of them rips a cushion, and then there is one cushion for the two of them. Instead of going out to purchase yet another cushion there are usually a couple of weeks between the one destroyed and a new one. Here is the guilty party walking away from questioning about the pillow.

Not me

Not me

no pillow

no pillow

Growing Chickens

Here is an update of how our chickens are growing.

Speedy

Speedy

Hercules

Hercules

Crossing road

Crossing road

Tree chickens

Tree chickens

 

 

Farm Life

The ducks and chicks are keeping me pretty busy. The ducks, well, there is no easy way to say this…they stink. Every couple of days we have to change their bedding. They gobble down the water, and I think they spit it at each other when I am not looking. The chickens are not as stinky, and we do change their bedding once a week. We have clipped the wings of the first batch, and we are going to YOUTube the next batch that we clip. The dicks are super high maintenance too. WOW! I have to give them fresh water every couple of hours. They look so cute as they cuddle up to each other when I go change their water too. I will have to get some photos. Every time I go out there to “just take photos” I have something else I have to do for them. UGH! The person that said “Farm life is relaxing.” did not farm.

 

Terreni D' Oro Chickens

Terreni D’ Oro Chickens

We also have been changing the chicken coop area. The chickens are not big enough to stay in their house just yet, so they stay in the garage…ya know, like all businesses start in a garage our little farm is starting in the garage too. We have added posts, or I should say my husband and the children did all the work for adding the posts around the chicken area. We also added some bushes, and trees so the chickens would have areas to look for insects. We want our chickens to be happy California chickens. I went to Lowes, and got a cute arch to add to the chicken area. We will put the arch where the wisteria is, and allow the wisteria to grow up and around the arch. The wisteria reminds me of Piedmont, California. Piedmont, is where we spent many years up north. I hope to post a little more often now that life is a little more organized, and I am back on a schedule.

Rockridge Chickens at Terreni D' Oro

Rockridge Chickens at Terreni D’ Oro

Growing Chicks

It has been a week since we purchased our chicks. I can’t believe how much they are growing. I check on them several times a day. Make sure they have fresh water, and they have fresh food. I really am not a bird person, but I really like the chickens. We will see how I fair once they try to fly around me. I want to show you how much they have grown.

Sleeping chicks

Sleeping chicks