Yikes EMS! I'm so glad she's okay! I've been fortunate that I've only seen that happen twice in my life, scared the hell out of me both times. The 2 I saw (one was my gpa's, one another person's at a show) were both horrible about bolting their feed. Big smooth rocks kept my gpa's mare from doing it again, thank goodness.
Here is the "chicken tractor" that my dad built for DD. If we get dry weather next weekend, I am going to let her paint it red to match my barns. Chicks should be here this week, going to start them at my mom's with her new chicks and then DD gets to pick the friendliest ones and bring them home.
Where the house part attaches to the a-frame there is a ramp that opens down into the pen. Under the ramp is a ball hitch so when they destroy the grass in one area, I can hook it up to the truck and move it to a fresh patch of grass - so they can be happy and safe, would love to do totally free range but we have too many predatory animals around us. They'd be coon or coyote snacks in no time. IMAG1379.jpg