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Chickens in Tutus on KTLA

See my chickens sporting fancy tutus for their KTLA appearance!

One of the best parts of my job and what I do...and the thing I love the most honestly.... is being able to reach so many people, both on social media and off, and try to get them excited about raising chickens.

This week, I was in California appearing on several morning news shows talking about raising chickens and promoting my new book 101 Chicken Keeping Hacks.

So I wanted to share some behind the scenes photos from my segments, along with the links to watch each segment, in case you weren't able to watch them live on television. This was "chicken TV" at its finest, let me tell you!

Everyone loved the chickens! Since they were going to be on TV in Hollywood, I decided that glamming them up a bit by putting a few in tutus was apropos (plus it's one of the fun DIY projects from my book 101 Chicken Keeping Hacks!).

And for one segment, the chickens even had their nails painted.  On my part, I got hair and makeup and lots of waiting in Green Rooms (which aren't necessarily green, by the way!)

I'm so excited that backyard chickens are slowly being acknowledged and featured in the mainstream media, and I'm even more excited that I'm being asked to represent them! 

My natural chicken keeping message is so important, and I am thrilled to be able to reach so many new people with that message.

Thanks to KTLA, The CW San Diego, and Fox 5 News for inviting me to come on and share my enthusiasm about backyard chickens! 

And thank you to Anita, Saundra and Cindy for providing the chicken "doubles" to use for the segments. The chickens were all gorgeous and extremely well-behaved...well, for the most part! 

Enjoy this peek at my fun and exciting week in Los Angeles and San Diego, California.

CLICK to Watch the Segment on KTLA

CLICK to Watch the Segment on the CW San Diego 

CLICK to Watch the Segment on Fox 5 News

I hope you enjoyed this peek at my week.  And don't forget to follow me on Instagram.

If you are interested in making your own tutus, you can find the easy DIY instructions in my book 101 Chicken Keeping Hacks. Or there are plenty of chicken tutu options here if you're not feeling ambitious! 

Here are some more shots of my girls enjoying their tutus at home. 

Remember, chickens wearing tutus should always be supervised so no accidents or injuries happen. And the tutus should be taken off if you notice any signs of discomfort or irritation. 

Honestly though, I think Violet actually likes wearing hers! She's my diva!

And remember, the instructions to make your own chicken tutu appear in my book 101 Chicken Keeping Hacks. 

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