Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Ta Muchley

Just a late note
I wanted to thank the anonymous person who left 10 out of date loaves of bread in a bin bag by the field gate
The girls will eat well tomorrow
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28 comments:

  1. No probs. All part of the stalking service.

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  2. Funny one of the neighbours did report that a strange old man with nice shoes was seen lurking near the Village pub

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  3. Lucky girls.....nice to get something you can use once in a while instead of yet another duck.

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    1. Another what? OH, DUCK! Carry on.

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    2. Oh, you make me chuckle Tom.

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    1. Megan..I had to thank them quickly
      Just in case they want to come again

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  5. Not only after the sheep ate well, it looks like the chickens will too. Best be not getting you to swearing again or it will be shorn sheep in the pot ! Haha ! x

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  6. How thoughtful. Good to know there are some nice people out there :)

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  7. I used to collect the "scraps" from our local food cooperative.... isn't it great when the girls gets a little change from their diet? Your friends are kind... I like them already.

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  8. awwwwwwwwwww so sweet, the girls will be happy !

    cheers, parsnip

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  9. how very sweet!!!

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  10. Oh I would love to have that poster to frame!

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  11. Excellent neighbors! When school is in session we get some of the food scraps for our girls and one of our neighbors just tosses her scraps over the chicken fence once or twice a week...we'll have been somewhere and come home to find a bunch of corn cobs in the pen. Nice surprises!

    I too love the poster!

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  12. Ours very rarely get stale bread; we eat it all. However, yesterday they did get last month's ground-up egg shells. Lucky gals.

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  13. We sometimes raid the co-op bins where there was once bags & bags of defrosted peas - my friend made pea puree

    Hope the bread goes down well x

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  14. "Out Of Runcorn" make the best date loaves I have ever eaten. Your girls will be well-nourished.

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  15. In London, the council would prosecute for dumping....

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  16. That's the plus side of keeping hens (that and the eggs) - nothing goes to waste.

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  17. Waste not, want not. Good!

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  18. That's great, John! I hope they do stop by once in a while.
    Have a wonderful day!

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  19. One person's stale bread is another chicken's feast!

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  20. It was probably the woman who flattened your hen some weeks ago - she finally felt remorse.

    Nancy in Iowa

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  21. Or, could it be the ladies who gave you their chickens and henhouse after they had that scare with the fox?

    In any case, it was a lovely gesture.

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