Moving into the Coop

The little bantams were the first to move into the new coop.  When I moved the larger Red hens, there were a few battles.  Wylie even got involved in some and got pecked on his nose.

The little bantams were the first to move into the new coop. When I moved the larger Red hens, there were a few battles. Wylie even got involved in some and got pecked on his nose.

Wylie keeps his flock together.

Wylie keeps his flock together.

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Wylie enjoys when it's treat time for the chickens. I didn't know he liked lettuce!  All of the chickens will take the treats from my hand. The chickens (not Wylie) especially enjoy meal worms and the earthworms.

Wylie enjoys when it’s treat time for the chickens. I didn’t know he liked lettuce! All of the chickens will take the treats from my hand. The chickens (not Wylie) especially enjoy meal worms and the earthworms.

The crew building the fence for the coop will be here next week.  The bantams are the only ones that I let free range.   Wylie keeps a close watch over them.

The crew building the fence for the coop will be here next week. The bantams are the only ones that I let free range. Wylie keeps a close watch over them.

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