Well, perhaps not headlines. But he was recently featured prominently in the Washington Post. I am the mom of a famous rooster!
Make sure that you take a look at the slide show to see his Palazzo di Pollo (chicken coop).
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Lording it over the hens! He is one lucky rooster, having survived all he has survived. gail
Seriously — now you are doing PR for chickens? It must really be tough times! What a hoot! I love the piece — and T.Boone has certainly had his 15 seconds of fame. Have you had t-shirts made yet? I wanna reserve mine now!
What a hoot. Your palace is famous too.
He’s made the big time! Those are some fine shots of that rooster. I didn’t realize he is that much bigger than the hens
Awww.… how cool. Don’t all chicken moms dream of the day one of their brood makes it big?? LOL. I’m afraid since mine are part of a clandestine coop, they’ll have to remain part of the Chicken Underground.
Garden and food writer Robin Ripley is co-author of Grocery Gardening. Her new book, Wisdom for Home Preservers, is now available from Taunton Press. Bumblebee is about her life in rural Maryland, her garden, cooking, dogs and pet chickens. She also blogs about food and chickens at Eggs & Chickens. Follow her on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook. Thank you for visiting.
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