Banty Break-In! Lingerie Layer Strikes Again!

photo by Anne Hars

Above is evidence from the shocking scene in a local closet. Recently one, possibly two, bantam hens broke into an unidentified house and adopted a brassiere as a nest.

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  1. Eggs have been cleverly hidden in a potted plant, behind the newspaper pile, in a daylily bush, on the floor of the run,various nooks behind various plants…oh, yes, for a while Beulah was laying hers in a crevice in the coop, and once upon a time Gargle laid a couple of eggs in a nesting box.

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