The chickens are going places! The babies got moved out to the baby pen, I cleaned it all out and set it up with a five gallon bucket and the drip waterers. This system works great and doesn’t make a wet mess all over the ground from water gettting thrown around by the chicks. We still have eight naked neck turkens running around and getting bigger every day. I have been keeping the heat lamp going for them and not only does it keep the chickens warm it keeps the water from freezing as it hangs near the heat lamp. I got the light timer reset and the egg production has been steadily increasing, we are getting around 10 eggs per day now. I still had three hens that needed to be culled and Sarah came to me saying they needed a chicken’s foot for her current play at school so on Saturday I snapped necks and removed a foot, Sarah plucked some feathers for decorating the foot. The old hens went up to the boneyard. The foot was then placed in a dry coke can in which I had cut the top off and filled with table salt. Today we decided that it was not drying out fast enough so we changed out the salt and put it in the oven in the salt bath at 170 degrees for a few hours to speed up the drying process. Once it is dry Sarah can attach the feathers. It will be a cool prop for the play.