|Cog Au Vin|
Last weekend I had to move the "Girls" and coop to Westchester County, NY . I guess you could say they moved up and this story sounds like chicken trash, but it's true. After raising chickens on and off for the last 10 years, our town is enforcing their ordinance on keeping chickens and we had to find a new home for the girls. A wonderful woman I had met at an art class and fellow chicken lady, helped me find the perfect home for the girls. We delivered them last weekend. It took two days to disassemble the coop and two trips over the Tappan-Zee Bridge to deliver the "girls" to their new home. Loved everything about raising Coq Au Vin, Kentucky and Francese. So, within three months I have lost my dog and three chickens. My husband caught me feeding the gopher in the yard the other day and worries what's next.