Thursday, April 14, 2011

Chick Days Giveaway: Large Pfaltzgraff Rooster Canister

MyPetChicken.com has partnered with Storey Publishing to celebrate Chick Days. Every day of our Chick Day Eggstravaganza, MyPetChicken.com will be giving away a chicken-inspired gift!



All you have to do to enter is write a short response to each giveaway post. We will pick one winner at random for each giveaway posted, and we will announce the week's winners on Fridays — be sure to check back to Inside Storey each day!
Today's giveaway is the Large Pfaltzgraff Rooster Canister.

Let us know why you would like to win this gift, if you own chickens, or if you want to raise chickens; give us your favorite chicken or egg recipe or tell us a funny chicken story; or just say “hello.” But remember, you must post to be entered to win.

We look forward to your responses!

Happy Chick Days from your friends at Storey Publishing & MyPetChicken.com.

15 comments:

Bonnie said...

My first thought when I saw this wonderful canister is that my mother would love it. So, I would like to win it so I can give it to my mom.

I live in a condo, so no chickens for me! But farms up the road have chickens, as does the CSA I belong to. So I have plenty of ways to get my chicken fix. (Being a vegetarian, I don't eat them.)

FTM Farmer said...

I'm looking forward to trying my hand at pastured poultry and working with layers soon. This canister is super cute and would be a great addition to my kitchen.

Melanie said...

My kitchen is decorated with Roosters and Chickens... I love them so much! My sister has been raising chickens for two years now, for the eggs and though I live in an apartment, we decided that we are going to raise chickens and roosters of the rare breed types. Our first attempt is the Golden Lace Polish! We will get our first shipment of chicks the 1st of May! I can't wait! This cannister would go GREAT in my kitchen!

Naticksoxfan said...

My chicks just moved outside! I built their run and they moved out to the coop on Wednesday! I miss them here next to me, chirping and clucking but they are so happy to be outside! I am sooooo happy to be raising chickens!!!

meemsnyc said...

What a cute canister! I really want to raise chickens, I'm still deciding if we are definitely doing it. I would put flour in this jar.

booksNyarn said...

I will have chickens someday (hopefully sooner rather than later) but this would be a great reminder of that dream.

Charlotte said...

Not sure I can have chickens where I live (subdivision debentures) but I'd love to welcome this rooster to my home. There could be no complaint about him from the neighbors.

Casie said...

Picking my jaw up from the floor... I love that canister!! I have a small flock of 10 laying hens and one rooster. I love watching them!

derby darling said...

It's the perfect thing to hold my hen shaped cookies! IF I had hen shaped cookies... which I will make as soon as win this great canister.

Anonymous said...

I love the idea of this blog! I'm starting to raise chickens near Baton Rouge,La.. We are also starting to look at getting a few other animals, that I'll be tending. I am looking forward to following this for needed insight!

I have many uses for this great Canister!

Thanks again for what your doing!

Charlene Taylor said...

This canister would be a great addition for my collection of chicken kitchen items. Since getting my 3 girls, I absolutely am crazy about them! Hence the new kitchen collection.

FMA Farms said...

This canister would be absolutely perfect, perfect, perfect for holding our chickens' mealworm treats! The darn zip-lock-style bag always topples over and spills out and, when I get them in a plastic deli-style tub, a couple of chicks (we have 50 right now) fly out of the brooder, perch on the edge, and pig out. This canister would avoid all of that and would make a great addition to our brooder room!

laurie said...

Thanks to jenna and her wonderful first book "MADE FROM SCRATCH" (which I picked up one day from the library)....we realized our dream of owning a little piece of the country life....first winter in our new house is over and we can get on to those home steading projects. My husband has built the most beautiful Chicken castle and we await our day olds who will arrive at the end of april....yipeee. This most lovely canister would look fab in my new farmhosue kitchen;)

Anonymous said...

Well, poo, I might be too late for this one (?). What a gorgeous canister! Waiting for our new chicky babies in June!

Natalie

nataliekanaby@hotmail.com

Arden said...

This would look great in my chicken-themed kitchen. My chicks are preparing for bad weather due this afternoon.

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