How many of you tweet and how long did it take you to figure the whole thing out? I am thinking it is not such a big deal, heck if I can blog then I should be able to tweet, or if nothing else I can blog about tweeting or not being able to tweet, whatever the case may be. If you are a tweeter I sure hope you love it because I did give it a try but my brain just won't keep up.
On to another flock of birds, I know you all have been sitting on the edge of your seats wondering about Cindy’s Chickens, I know you all remember the flock of chicks Miss Cindy got back in June, well the big event has arrived, we are now finally getting eggs, yes even little Bossy Betty is laying, I know that at least one of you will be proud to hear this.
This group of chickens we were told would lay a bluish greenish egg, the Americana/ Americauna/Easter Egger or whatever breed the feed store sold us, all six chicks were supposed to be the same and from the start I thought we had three different breeds, two black chicks that have been very mellow from the start, three red looking ones with feathers around their faces, and Bossy Betty who I think just may be a type of Bantam or small game chicken but I am not a chicken expert, I do know this one has always been the smallest and a bit more aggressive than the rest.
Now that they are laying we are getting brown eggs and one that is almost white, from all my deductions I have come up with the answer that the black chickens are laying the brown eggs, Bossy Betty is laying the tan almost white one, I know this because while looking into the nesting box I actually saw one drop from her little behind, she wasn’t real happy with being spied on and I really didn’t enjoy the show either, the last couple days the red chickens are now laying blue green eggs, so my conclusion is three different colors of eggs adds up to three different breed of chickens.
Now to sum up my little bird story if any of you are chicken experts fill me in on what I have here other than some really good tasting eggs, and anyone who is an expert on twitter, God Bless Ya, I'll just stick to raising egg layers, because a little bird told me that I can do this.