Credit to the Chicken Chick – a recent post said to give hens a wading pool in the winter with peat moss. I thought Hey, I have one of those!
First step, introduction of the pool:Some curiosity. Then, the potting soil. All the hens did ring a rosy around it- What’s this? I’ll let them take that apart themselves. I have to say, I thought there’d be a hen on top of that in seconds, but interest was muted. I expect the top of that will get hollowed out until there’s a chicken wallowing in the top of the bag and the pool is full of chickens.
Stay tuned. Hilarity may ensue.
Meanwhile, back in the old dust bath...The hens are getting worked up about another hot bath.And then, a surprise. First one claiming space, is the keet (it’s in there, but hard to see).What!? How does the keet pull rank? Dibs dirt bath! The keet was the first one in, with a hen, and then pretty much the whole room cycled through it.
The hens and guineas hardly interact…until there’s a dirt bath!Later, when the queue got shorter….