December 29th, Sunday is the most memorable and heartbreaking day of 2013.
Grace fall off a truck on her way to the slaughterhouse.
Carol H. found this hen on the side of the road and contacted me to help.
Wounded, barely standing on her feet, she did go through a lot...
I cried on my way home, felt sorry for her and for all those who couldn't escape.
Welcome home, Grace! You have a loving family now...
Peter, Robin Hood and Paul
Another Sunday, November 17, with great achievement!
I adopted 3 roosters and 7 hens from two very different situations.
The 3 roosters the family had them since babies, well taking care of, tame and friendly.
The 7 girls did not produce enough eggs to be profitable for the family, so they let them go.
We are glad to have you all!
It was a great Sunday afternoon on November 10th when I adopted these 3 older girls from Candler, NC.
The over 2 hour drive round trip was worth it to see them thrive in their new home.
These 3 big girls did not fit in with the rest of the flock, that's why the owner let me have them.
They are wild birds, because they missed the touch, but here is plenty of opportunity to heal.
It was a cold Wednesday night on October 23rd when me and my husband adventured on a mission to save these 4 years old city girls.
The owner was not home, but we had his permission to take the hens. It was a challenge to find them, being dark and us equipped only with a head light and a cage. I could tell that they have been never handled, hold, caressed or spoiled. They adjusted very well from the next day to the residents, the "natives" how my husband calls our feathery children. Daily touch and care, lots of space, good food and friends is their new world now.
Great to have you Joanna and Rose!