Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The Proof's in the Poultry.


That's what we're going for.  A dozen a week at least?  


The first Chick Inn was in Provo, Utah.



I've grown attached to this view.


But this young guy was not a part of the bargain.  Check out his hat and that beard.  But the tail was the most telling to me.


And he has a brother.  They may have to bid farewell to their sisterly counterparts soon.

At least before they learn how to do that crack-of-dawn crow.  

11 comments:

Kurt Knudsen said...

COOL COOP!
curses on the crowers!

Kris said...

That is one awesome looking coop. Love the name too.

Elizabeth said...

Just write free rooster on craigslist. Someone will come get them. Very cool to have the Chick Inn live on.

Tracy said...

Cute coop. Holy cow they're all grown! Do chickens have short life spans, or just short childhoods?

kelly said...

ah snap!
baby now, chickens later, baby now chickens later repeat twice daily (to myself)

The Original Mangums said...

Life is full of suprises! Two roosters, two hens - The coop is wonderful!

Natalie at Our Old Southern House said...

we are only doing hens too.
two of the three ameraucana "pullets" we purchased are looking more and more like roosters each day. they don't have big combs, but their tails are telling and the way they look at you--you know, that sideways glance?--cue me in on their male parts.
they will be gone as quickly as possible.

k a t y said...

That hat and beard are SUE-SPISH-US! Fun. You know how good mom is at her horse noise? That's how good I am at my rooster crow noise. I won't do it over the phone, though.

kera said...

i'm in LOVE with the CHICK INN II!!!! so creative and cute and....well it makes me want come chicks myself!!!! i would just need you to take a quick flight to TN and build me an inn??!!!

beck said...

Jealous of the coop. Everything about your place is dreamy. Perhaps will pop over for a visit...

beck said...

That was "kentucky" beck, by the way. Just so you don't get creeped by unknown visitors!