However, now that garlic and rhubarb have been planted in the area, having our little ladies scratch up any insulation or seedlings was not allowed. Hay was used as an insulation to
prevent frost from creeping down to the seedlings.
Here we can see the damage the hungry ladies were causing.
Therefore we did our best to round up the rebels, gave them a little clipping, and set them back into the coop (which was a small ordeal with the raspberry bushes prickly, red and bare!)
Who knew that catching chickens was a two person activity?