2023 Valentine's Day Contest：
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Friends at the coop
They will be there for you too!
The most romantic day of the year is fast approaching - Valentine's Day, a day when we celebrate love and friendship. Our feathered friends deserve Valentine’s day as well! Today you have a chance to win a Chickcozy automatic coop door to gift your feathered friends!
Just share a short and impressive story below between you and your feathered friends. And we will pick ONE lucky winner at random.
✨️ONE winner will be picked at random and announced on Feb.14th
Good luck to you all!
Spending as little as ten minutes a day with birds can boost your mental health is what the experts say & they sure are not wrong. I sustained a traumatic brain injury last February, the countless hours spent in therapy and drs visits to no avail, but the work I put in at home on my farm with my mixed flock ended up doing the trick with my flock. (Ducks,calls,chickens)I stumped the experts! It’s impressive how natures natural healing powers can be.
All of our hens have their own unique personalities, but one stands out above the rest- our California Tan, Poppy. She was the only yellow chick in a bin of Rhode Island Reds at Tractor Supply as a baby pullet. They said all the others had sold, and they didn’t want her to be alone, so they put her in there. Well, we couldn’t leave without her, so she came home with us. She knows she is special. When we go love on our hens, she is the only one who pecks our shoes until we pick her up! If I bend over to pet another one of her sisters, she hops on my back, then makes her way to my shoulder when I stand up! Poppy is so wonderful and has to be the center of attention all the time! ❤️
When I lost Phoenix & went to a local farm to pick out a chick I was looking at the little 1 wk old bantam Cochins. There was about 20 in the big bin. Then, a much older and larger chick from a bin over, jumped into their bin. Out of no where this one chick came from the pile and attacked that older chick, who was twice her size! And that’s how I ended up getting my small but mighty Bantam Cochin Frazzle, Falcon. ❤️
I can remember being around chickens as far back as my memory goes! My parents always raised them and collecting eggs was my all time favorite daily chore! I was also responsible for opening up their coop, feeding, and locking them up for the night! I always knew one day I’d have my own flock and last year it happened! Started with 7 chickens and 7 ducks and now we currently have an undetermined (50 ish?) Chickens, 14 ducks, and 2 turkeya! Chicken math is real!
Currently in the process of planning our coop for our feathered babes. My parents had chickens when I was a little girl and I remember walking in the coop with mom and gathering the eggs. The experience and knowledge of where your food comes from stuck with me and is something I’m looking forward to instill in my children. Many memories to be made!