Friday, January 28, 2011

First Vlog: Chicken Launch Party!

So I've been holding out all week to write all about the chicken launch party we had last Saturday.

Oh, the drama!!

It was very intense, actually. A lot went wrong (as you'll see), but eventually it smoothed out and the chickens are happily clucking away in their spacious new place, crankin' out a dozen and a half eggs a day. It's wonderful.

So if you want to see what happened last Saturday, please watch my first ever Vlog below.

Note: I recommend viewing this video in higher resolution if your internet speed will allow it. After clicking play, in the gray toolbar on the bottom of the video, change "360p" to either "480p" or "720p." 

Be sure to head over to my new channel on YouTube and subscribe for future videos.

Have a great weekend!


Myrias said...

Second everything Holly said. Holy smokes, Bears, that is a work of art! I had no idea you had those kinds of mad skills.

Farmer's City Wife said...

*sigh* Amazing, isn't he? :)

Agnes said...

I should not have shown that to my he wants to make one...but, we dont have a tractor to move it around with! Thanks Mr. Amzzing! Thanks alot! hehehee

Lena said...

I enjoyed the video.

Farmer's City Wife said...

Thank you, Lena :).

Farmer's City Wife said...

Thank you, TNSPHW :). Did you have chickens? Crazy little critters, aren't they?
My husband's coop is about 3,000x more complicated than I would've planned, but
is also about 10,000x more awesome! *sigh* He's wonderful.

Farmer's City Wife said...

No kidding, Holly! There were about 100 "dream house" comments tossed out during
the 8 month construction of this land ark :-D.

Farmer's City Wife said...

Thanks, Dan. LOL! It was really scary because they kept fighting right next to
me. Dogs will fight and be dogs, or something like that, but please do it on the
other side of the coop, and preferably not right during my grand filming debut!

Farmer's City Wife said...

LOL. Actually my husband said it could be moved with a pickup or a 4-wheeler :).
But it's terribly convenient to leave a tractor attached to it!

Post a Comment