All 30 of our chickens were murdered and my husband surprised me with all new chickens last weekend. Not babies but full-grown laying chickens.

The loss of our previous flock was devastating, but my husband’s thoughtful gesture brought hope back to our homestead. We spent time getting to know our new chickens and learning about their individual personalities. It’s amazing how these tiny creatures have come to mean so much to us.

Now, we must take steps to ensure their safety and security. We’ve researched to build a stronger and more secure coop. It’s a small investment to ensure the well-being of our feathered friends and the sustainability of our egg production. It’s heartwarming to see the new chickens settling in and already providing us with fresh, delicious eggs. We know that taking care of them is not just a responsibility but also a privilege. These chickens are integral to our family and homestead. We will continue to do everything in our power to protect and cherish them.


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