Tour de Cluck in Davis, California: Ain't nobody here but us chickens.

Check out this video to see what life is like in Davis, California. If you missed it, dont fret, the Tour de Cluck will be an annual event.

Here is a preview for next year's event: our hens, Oreo and Snickerdoodle.i-5bb844f8abc868e0887fcb7a85cbb976-IMG_1881.jpgi-52f4ed2b2c3733f9ae1901f8bb9fdbcd-IMG_1884.jpg

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What?! I can't believe I didn't know about this. I was just across the street from central park all day. I guess there's always next year.

By Ben Schwartz (not verified) on 10 Jul 2010 #permalink

Not enough footage of chickens! Too much of the humans!

By Michelle B (not verified) on 11 Jul 2010 #permalink

A friend has just alerted me to this blog. I have been interested in food production since I set up a small subsistence farm in the early 70s.

I went on to bigger and more interesting things with a hydroponics farm in the late 80s and now I am so old that all the work I do is typing.

I am pleased to come across this - I will have questions hopefully answered in the future!!

Thanks for this post on your very cool blog! We look forward to another fun Tour de Cluck on May 14, 2011! We already have multiple entries from locations as far west as Road 96 and east to El Macero. Check out our site for coop applications and other fun event info about this whole-community Bicycle Chicken Coop Crawl and more: