A guest blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara
Letting chickens out has become part of our morning routine.
They are usually waiting at the door and quickly exit the coop.
Some run out while others fly. Those who sleep on the top roost sometimes take a few minutes to fly down and they have little control over where they land. It can be quite funny to watch them.
I’ve learned to stand out of every possible flight path.
Once they are in the chicken yard, some take a running/flying lap around as if to stretch their wings and legs. Their next order of business is a stop at the waterer.
Seeing them gathered reminds me of office workers catching up at the water cooler.
What is included in your morning routine?