Brothers Campfire Sweeps Chicks Off Their Feet.

Hello Friends!

Confession time.

My beloved has knowledge of my dark skillset and I have been sweeping chicks off their feet all day today, evidenced by the cold, hard facts detailed in this video.

I have been working on exposing the new flock to stimuli while they are still young. I feel as though birds have a high capacity to learn and I want to promote their growth. Today was the second day outside.

I put a 1300 watt heater in the outdoor pen and set out a brand new oil pan from the dollar store full of warm water. It was time to get these girls (and boy ) accustomed to swimming.

Initially, one brave soul dived in with reckless abandon, while the others looked on, unsure of how to proceed next.

Way To Go Brave Leader Girl!

It did not take long for the others to see how much fun the she was having. I discovered how small I had been thinking and needed to expand.

Birds of a feather… And oh my, not enough room!

Taking one of my kiddie pools, I put bricks in the center and filled it with water.

This… Was a veritable amusement park.

They loved the pool with the launchpad!

Well, that is all for now! I hope you enjoyed the read! Let me know what you would like to see the birds doing next in the comments below!

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire.

85 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Sweeps Chicks Off Their Feet.

  1. Sanjana Singh says:

    You’ve been busy Ben😊 I hope you are having the best time with those adorable looking ducklings

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      They are keeping me busy, friend! I do not want them sitting under a light in the garage eating crumble from a bag. The more they forage, the more efficient and cost effective they will be! When they get a little bigger, I am going to feed them goldfish! In addition to cost effective, It is obvious they are smart and intelligence is an awful thing to waste! 🤠🔥

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  2. H.R Phoenix, Author says:

    Adorable! You must be having the time of your life with those cuuutiiiieeeesss! And the videos? – 😍😍😍 I want ducklings now!!!!

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      Ha ha! They are independent little creatures! Chickens are much more docile! I am glad you enjoyed the post! How is your neck of the woods?

      Reply
  3. etikser says:

    Okay, that was one of the most fun posts I’ve seen in awhile. Those pool pictures were what? Delightful!

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  4. Cassa Bassa says:

    This is awesome Ben! I would like to see them looking for grass worms to eat if that is achievable?

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        1. The Storyteller says:

          They are so small! I have to really keep an eye on them outside! I want them safe from predators. I am going to try mashed vegetables to see if they like them!

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          1. pooja rani says:

            Many topics are revlove around my mind sometimes and what i right on details . i did not understand .

    1. The Storyteller says:

      They jad a lot of fun yesterday! I have to clean their house today! 🤢 Thanks a lot for stopping by today! How are things in your corner of the world?

      Reply
  5. Lydia Potter says:

    That was just too adorable!
    You can only hold 4 at a time?
    Love the music in both videos. They are again, so cute!!!

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  6. Lydia Potter says:

    That was just too adorable!
    You can only hold 4 at a time?
    Love the music in both videos. They are again, so cute!!!

    Reply
  7. dumbestblogger says:

    Very nice. The old brick in the swimming pool routine afforded me countless hours of entertainment as a child. Well played.

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