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Chicks in Zebra Stripes


It’s exciting to see my baby bandits getting their jail-bird stripes.

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Barred Plymouth Rock chicks

 

 

I’m starting to see their different natures. They like to play in places of interest – like in and around the feed bags.The Cornish Giant chicks I had were only interested in food, Food, More FOOD!

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Chicks playing in a hole

 

 

 

 

I’ve taken them out of the protective box and  put them put onto the floor. Now they can run and have fun.

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The chicks are let loose and get to drink out of the big waterer

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2 Responses to “Chicks in Zebra Stripes”

  1. Naomi says:

    Society likes to pretend that we are all the same, that we should turn a blind eye to our differences in gender, race.
    Animals tell us a different story, even within species. We learn valuable lessons about differences with animals that we would never dare notice in people.

    • sherry says:

      I agree that we should be allowed to noticed for our different attributes, while at the same time celebrating the fact that we can accomplish more if we aren’t all the same. The only problem is when we hate each other or envy one another.

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