She don't put on an apron o' Mondays 'thout being druv to it--in the kitchen or the hen-house.
The boys' hen-house, however, which was in the yard, had never been troubled.
A vagrant may not take a sheaf of your wheat, a fowl from your hen-house: if he do so, the law protects you and punishes him.
Mother (to little girl who had been sent to the hen-house for eggs): "Well, dear, were there no eggs?"
They were standing near the hen-house still, and a hen woke up from her dreams with a sleepy cluck.
Would you take me out to the hen-house, to see your cock and hen, Mrs. Owen?
Farmer Brown's boy would see that he had gone back, and then he would hunt that hen-house through until he found Unc' Billy.
As Mrs. Owen came near the hen-house, she stood still, in amazement.
Then I have got to clear the hen-house all out, and put it in order.
I looked into his hen-house when I bought him out, and found it all in sad condition.