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He's done an incredible job of converting our watershed into a coop.
I'll be forever grateful and so will the chicks!
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November 14, 2014
Hubby went out to check on the chickens this
afternoon only to find Little John pinned to the
ground by Robin Hood. Little John was not
happy about this turn of events.
I've gotten into the habit of giving my guys and
gals a mid-day treat. Today they had diced
cucumbers, acorn squash and oatmeal. They love
their treats, and I'm enjoying testing to see which
they like the most.
I found a recipe on line that I tried out today. I
swapped out fresh cooked sweet potatoes for
canned pumpkin (
not pumpkin pie filling).
This recipe is supposed to be good for dogs
too. We'll see tomorrow how everyone likes them.
Peanut Butter & Pumpkin Treats

3 Cups Whole Wheat Flour
1 Cup Old Fashioned Oats
1 Tsp. Fresh or Dried Parsley
2 TBS Natural Peanut Butter
1 Cup Canned Pumpkin
3 Eggs
1 TBS Molasses
Mix together the peanut butter,
eggs, pumpkin and molasses in a
bowl until it is well blended.
Gradually add the flour and oats to
the mixture.
Roll out dough to 1/2" thick. Cut
with cookie cutters.
Bake at 350°F for 30 minutes.
I made stars for the chicks and punched holes in them so that they can be strung
with twine and tied to the fence or other device at a level the chicks can reach.
Bone shaped cutters can be purchased off the internet. I chose to cut mine free
hand with a paring knife. If I was making a gift of these, I'd invest in the cookie
cutter for appearance sake. My furkids won't see them long enough to care
whether they look like a bone or a bow tie.
Well, That's it for today. I hope you've enjoyed the post. Until next
time... Stay safe and enjoy!
Our furkids do not like store
bought bones, whether they
are boxed or "home baked".
Chances of them liking these
was 50/50.
All 6 dogs loved them and the
2 cats were gathering up the
crumbs. I guess I'll be making
these on a regular basis!