In the late 80s, there was a hair styling product called Mudd.
This hen saved her money and went with the Mud with one D. Her hair is nearly dreaded.
Well, I’ve got another broody hen. A bit late, but that’s ok. I’ve had November chicks before. Two Silkie hens failed to brood this year (psst, I think they’re defective), but this is a proven mom. Tomorrow I’ll have to box her.
I wonder if this is the lady who lunches. I suspect it is, because both moms are usually front and center in the GH come feeding time.
*Yep, it’s the one who leaves her eggs to eat. The eggs were abandoned this morning at breakfast time, but I felt them- still hot. Except for the risk of not getting back on the right eggs, this makes sense. At the end of a brood, she won’t be starving and depleted. And cranky. Especially if she’s running her heater in the early winter.