When Wasps sting your backyard chickens.

(In the video I thought these were bees. They were going crazy and it was hard to tell the difference from far away. It turns out they are actually ground nesting wasps.)

I let my chickens out for lunch, and they were doing their chicken thing, scratching the ground looking for bugs… and they scratched the door to an underground wasp hive. 🙁


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Moving to the country to start a new life. Young Family trades sodgrass for a horse farm over at Barn Boots and Country Roots:


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