Bathing Beauties – How to Wash Your Chicken

All animals bathe. Some enjoy a good splash in a pool of water; others frolic in a mud hole. Most of us position a sparkling birdbath in the flowerbed for the songbirds to drink and preen. Birds love to soak in the cool water and bath even in the winter. Their fluffing and splashing is a treat to witness. Wild birds require water to recondition their feathers. Any ornithologist will tell you that offering a water source creates an irresistible draw to our favorite songsters. So…we set a pool out for the chickens to wash in. Nothing happens. We change the bucket. Maybe it was too deep, too small….wrong color? Hmm. It’s full summer and the temperature is in the high 80s. Thoughts of diving int

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