Meet the Chickens of Eagle Eye Farm
Our chickens are very spoiled. There is a chicken condo for those that just need a bit of break from the others. The condo stays outside year round. Then, there is the chicken mansion. There are multiple roosting bars in the mansion and this is where the girls spend most evenings, except for on the hottest of evenings in the summer. Their diet is nearly completely organic. Every morning, they are given kale and several ears of corn. In the evening, they are given a salad of kale, spinach, zucchini, and apples….oh, and do not forget the cottage cheese otherwise Georgie will give you a talkin’ to! In addition to their chicken feed and scratch, they also receive extra Omega 3 supplements in their diets. Because they have such a healthy diet and live in very clean living quarters, their eggs are exceptionally tasty. We are looking to add more chickens to our flock this summer.
Giselle was named after Tucker’s idol’s wife – Tom Brady’s Giselle. The bird Giselle is just like the supermodel Giselle, thin and blonde. Giselle loves her salad! She has tons of character. You can tell how she is feeling by how she whips that plume on her head around. Giselle produces white eggs.
Georgie has a lot of personality! She is definitely the head hen. She bosses the others around and is always the first to eat. During the summer, her red comb becomes extremely vibrant. She looks good! It’s almost as though she knows it so she likes to strut her stuff around the yard. Georgie produces a nice brown egg.
Oprah was named after the one and only Oprah Winfrey! Oprah is fantastic. She sits back and observes the others, gathering information and then takes charge when necessary – just like her namesake, she can be a boss when needed. Oprah is a consistent bird. She produces a nice bluish egg.
Annalise was added during the summer of 2019. Annalise was named after Annalise on “How to Get Away with Murder.” When Annalise was first introduced to the coup, she made sure to let everyone know that she wasn’t one to mess with. She has since fit in nicely with the rest of the flock. She produces a blue egg.