Brown bonnet is broody, the second hen to go. That means it’s time to renovate the covered wagon, since my original design proved to not hold up to chickens jumping all over it, and the “door” broke off from metal fatigue from all the bending. So it got a new wooden front, and a flapping door held on by twist ties.
Back in the greenhouse, BB was waiting in the box she’d been put into so I could make renovations. She’s not a nervous first time mom. She calmly rolls with anything, even being put in a little box.
She just barely even fits in this box.I made the best nest I could in the kennel. Looks inviting to me. Then put her in it. Again, calm under scrutiny.And then draped her with canvas. The lighting is really nice in the kennel. A dim glow. Bright enough to see by, but just. Gotta see what you’re eating. As soon and she got her broody snack bar, a bowl of water and food, she was most pleased, and tucked right in.The looky-lous want some.