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Paula introduces you to her new brood. Added on April 19 2010 | 137 Comments
I saw your chicken coop on a HGTV episode with you and Liza Minneli. I would love to see your chicken coop design. I just lost an Arancana to a raccoon. I thought the coop was safe behind kennel fence. I was wrong, sadly. Is your coop design available?
By Nancy Pascua on February 06, 2013
I love these videos even more than your shows, if possible. So at home and real. Just found them and wish for more. Loved you from day one, touched a place left untouched since my Granny's death. Not you or your age, just yor "way". From one southern cook to another, proud of you. Wish I could sit in that pretty kitchen and talk. Luci Cagle
By Luci Cagle on September 29, 2012
Beautiful chickies, Paula. Thanks for this video. We need to get the word out about bachyard chickens & get these local goverments on the right page!
By Amy Passmore on September 05, 2012
I LOVE this video. I've been planning on getting some chickens myself!! Barred Rocks, like yours!. You're right, barred rocks are affectionate chickens. Aren't they beautiful? You've given me some good ideas.
By Mary Jacobson on May 22, 2012
I want a chicken coop!!!!
Yours is darling! Thanks for sharing!
By Joyce Bailey on May 16, 2012
I am thinking about getting some chickens. What kind does Paula have?
By Jason on May 11, 2012
I love your chicken coop. I live in the country and have problems with wild life sometimes killing my chickens. Would you post your building plan for your coop? It looks like it could be safer for the chickens than what I have. I love your shows, love you.
By Pat on March 17, 2012
I absolutely love your chicken coop. My mom is wanting to put in a chicken coop. I just saw yours on TV!!! How can I get the plans? Please tell me!
By Leshia Wisener on March 13, 2012
You and I have so much in common.
I love to cook~~it brings me such great pleasure to serve up a meal to my family. I love it when they enjoy eating what I've 'labored' to prepare for them. (I just wish I had a clean up crew) I too love my animals~~I have a beautiful seal tip Siamese cat (whom we adopted from the shelter), a beautiful Cockatiel, Sunni. She was given to me by a friend who obtained her as a rescue. We also have a hamster in the house, Smudge, he is my daugthers'. I would have more cats, dogs, ducks and chickens if I just had the space for them. My dream is to have a Parrot~~scarlet or blue and gold...it really doesn't matter. I just love them~~they are so beautiful and have such personality. I just prepared a chicken casserole for my family and have some home made caramel corn a cookin'. If I do say so myself~~I have one lucky family. Well, I just wanted to drop a line. God Bless~~from MY kitchen to yours~~Love, Pam
By Pam Fricker on October 16, 2011
I heard you on the Joy Behar show talk about your girls, I sit with my girls and sing to them also. Glad I am not alone. I had to go as far as giving a breathing treatment to one of my aracuannas, We think she has Asthma, and of course the vet was out of town. My question for you is my Speckled Sussex lay small brown eggs and I can not find out how to hard boil small eggs. My May babies started to lay last week and needless to say I have eggs coming out of my ears.
Back Yard Chicken Keeper of 3 Aracanunas, 4 polish, 4 speckled Sussex and 1 Rowdy barred rock roo
By Lisa Boccaleoni on October 14, 2011
I love your chickens and chicken coop. I find chickens very relaxing as well. Although I do not have my own coop due to where I live, I collect chicken items, hand towels, glassware ect. I appriciate the fact that you are so kind to people and animals. You really are a woman after my own heart. Best of days to you and yours. Julie
By Julie on October 13, 2011
Hey Paula...I loved the chicken video...I can so appreciate. My husband built a chicken coop about two years ago...and we have fresh eggs every day and you are so right they are wonderful. I cook with them and we eat them for breakfast all the time. G (Gary) my husband loves them and talks to them and pets them...however I will not set foot in the coop...I'm hysterically afraid of birds....ain't that a hoot! Lord have mercy they scare the liver out of me. The funny thing is my little three year old grandson, Gavin loves to go in with his Paw Paw and chase them around. The girls love it (chicks) and love him too! Thank for sharing...love you like a sister.
By Lori Stout on October 11, 2011
I loved seeing your chickens. Where did you find that great chicken coop? Did your hubby build it for you?
By Charlotte on October 07, 2011
Hi,That was very nice and they are lucky chickens to have you to care for them. I bought my mom chickens for her birthday one year she had decided to move to a small farm house. Everyone thought she was going to kill me but she just loved them. The first chicken house I ever saw that was cleaner than most homes and had curtains she was born in KY. maybe that is why.
By Joyce Mrzlock on October 06, 2011
Your chickens must live very well, there chicken coop looks very
comfy and cozy. I know the get the best care.
By Kathy DiLallo on October 05, 2011
Love that chicken coop! My Granddaddy had a chicken farm and his chickens had nothing like yours...but then his hens were "working girls". I have a handsome rooster named Ben that stops by to visit and I'll be sure he never sees this video or he'll be wanting his own "bachlor pad".
He makes me laugh when he runs up the driveway to meet me. Quite the character.
By JArlene on October 05, 2011
Love the chicken video....but love everything Paula does or says!!!!!!!
By Beverly Schmidt on October 05, 2011
the way i have time for me ,i have a horse,i rescued he is a red an white paint.i maned hin chorekee.he was about 500 lbs under weight. he is 12 yrs. old i will be 62 0ct.10 2011. jan he will be 13. my neice diane ,said i should have named him whodenie .i am in lower ala.this week seeing my new grandson jackson.well i hadn,t been in baldwin co.verry long my neice call. well chorekee,got out and the police brought him home.thank goodness he wasn,t hurt.their is a saying the outside of an animal is good for the inside of a human.you keep on being you ginger
By ginger jackson on October 05, 2011
Paula, Paula, Paula.......I just opened your newsletter and started to read the news when I spotted your Paula's Chickens video. You are a regular hoot, girl! It's absolutely marvelous what you've done for those chickens and I know you're enjoying those fresh eggs. My so-so morning brightened right up watching your video. Thank you so much! It was a real treat! You're always smiling and you make people smile right with you. God Bless! Bridget, a true fan out here in Oregon xxx
By Bridget Burns on October 05, 2011
Good Morning Paula,
I love the video about your chickens. My husband's home is Savannah, Ga. and your chickens reminds me of my husband's auntie. She just turned 101 yrs. old and lives in Montgomery, they call it "Wingster Hill" her name is Ethel Wingster Martin. When I got married my husband brought me to Savannah and I loved it. Aunt Ethel had all kinds of chickens and turkeys. They layed eggs which were rich as you said of your chickens. Our son was 4 yrs. old when I first went there. Aunt Ethel took him with her early one morning to collect the eggs, he saw where she got them from. When she got back into the house to cook breakfast she asked him if he wanted eggs, he told her, "No Aunt Ethel I eat my eggs from Bogart." It was a store in Miami. We laughed about that for years. Anyway I wanted to share that with you. Aunt Ethel is a Blessing to us and so are you and your family a Blessing to me and my family because you keep me cooking those delicious recipes. I love you Paula, Stay Blessed, Grits
By Gritzella Jones bka Grits on October 05, 2011
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I WANT TO BUILD A CHICKEN COOP JUST LIKE PAULA’S CAN I GET THE PLANS PLEASE
By Beth Higgs on April 24, 2010
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