* chicken tether cabbage

Posted on January 25th, 2011 by maitreya. Filed under Chickens.


I’ve gotten home late the past 2 nights, so the poor chickens have been cooped up since I’m totally paranoid about raccoons now. To help keep them from getting too bored, I hung up a cabbage core. I just jabbed a skewer through the base, tied kitchen twine to either side (those supplies sound familiar), and knotted it to keep it together. The chickens were very suspicious of it initially, but when I got home last night, this is all that was left.

tethercabbage

And then tonight, there’s just a nub.  Looks like the chickens enjoyed it!



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