Resident farm animals

We periodically move the chicken coop onto new ground so the ladies have access to fresh grass and all the bugs they can get their beaks on.  They have recently taken up residence behind the barn, where they like to take dust baths under parked tractor implements.  The roosters seem to like to have a perch from which to crow.

 Our egg-laying flock enjoying a winter sun break.  Note the "Now (P)laying" sign on the back of the coop, formerly located above the movie listings on the side of an old theater in Seattle.

At the farm, we think it is very important to make every effort to relate to our animals.  Below, Pablo is demonstrating one such effort with our Jersey milk cows.

Rose doesn't mind spending some downtime with Pablo, although Daphnie (standing) looks skeptical.

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