Hens: Diana Missing

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For those that don’t know. I have had 4 hens called The Supremes. Diana obviously [pictured above], Jean, Cindy and Mary.

I was intending to put a post out about Diana. She’d been brooding for some while on an estimated 20 eggs and would not get off them. 3-5 days later I had to make a decision. The problem is the eggs kind of slow cook and one simply can’t eat them. The other problem is she hadn’t been eating.

These is the footage [streamed lived] just after my first attempt to move her. As you will see I was unsuccessful.

I eventually did move her but, I knew she wasn’t happy. When later I let Diana and The Supremes out for a walk, she just stayed on her own. These scenes show the last recorded sighting of Diana…

Yesterday evening I notified Ballyboughal’s twitter account. But with only 5 people in Ballyboughal on twitter, it was always going to be a tough ask.

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Add to that the fact that Ballyboughal.net, the only blog in the village, was down.

There are reports of one or two young ladies a little upset over the matter. The local ladies [Moms] did go out for a walk as soon as the news broke and searched literally high and low. As of today Diana still has not been found.

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5 replies
  1. Jennifer Farley
    Jennifer Farley says:

    Sorry to hear about Diana. Those little hens kinda grow on you, don’t they?

    Our hens are named after Charlie’s Angels – Kelly, Sabrina, Jill and Julie. I can’t actually tell them apart but Jason can. Our rooster naturally enough is called Charlie.

    Hope you can track Diana down. Fingers and toes crossed.

  2. peter donegan
    peter donegan says:

    @ Jennifer,
    nice to know I’m not the only one who names my hens 😉
    fingers and toes. or at least a nice new home.

    @seamus
    thank you sir

    @mr bad joke
    only to be expected 😉

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