It’s Hump Day, so naturally, you’re feeling the grind of the work week—and so are your chickens. In fact, this chicken took the opportunity to sneak in a mid-morning snooze under the cover of tall grass and in the most relaxing position possible: on its back. Unfortunately for this feathered lady, her nap-fest was hastily interrupted by her chicken keeper. Some people just don’t have manners!

Have you ever caught your chickens in an awkward sleeping position? If so, please share your stories and photos!

Rachael Dupree is the former managing editor for Our Site. She grows food and medicine on her 50-acre farm near Lexington, Kentucky. When not out working her land, you can find her in her kitchen not following recipes, on her yoga mat in a satisfying pigeon pose, or exploring the world’s nooks and crannies. Follow her on Instagram @rachael_dupree.

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