Saturday, April 2, 2016
I'm spending a lot of time walking backwards in the paddock and pastures these days, keeping my eye out for attacking roosters.
It is springtime, and the two Buckeye roosters have become quite territorial. While they're fine with the llama, sheep, horses and cats around the barn, they've decided I'm a threat, even though I feed them morning and night.
And yet, I keep them around, because I love hearing their crows morning, noon and evening; and I'd like chicks this spring.
And I keep them because, when I'm not fending them off, I find myself stopping to admire their feathers shimmering in the sunlight.