For some reason, the current generation of chickens in our garden is not afraid of humans at all. As soon as they see me, they come running to me, expecting me to give them some grains. They even let me touch them.


This is one of 'em.

  • Will Lockmiller 6y

    When my wife and I return to Washington State from Japan, one of the first things I plan to do is get some chickens. What type of chickens are in your garden? Do they lay eggs year round?
  • kusabi 6y

    Well, I don't really know what type of chicken they are. No fancy stuff, just regular chicken from the farmer's market. They lay one egg per day, year round until they get old. We used to turn them into stew by then but the generation living in our garden right now is so used to humans that they even allow us to pet them. And since my parents are now emotionally attached to them, they will die of old age.
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Taken on September 26, 2008
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