An omelete from our girls’ eggs with stinging nettle, chives, sorrel, and dandelion greens! All from our garden, and so good!
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This a radical departure from my usual posts. Don’t be alarmed.
This is a simple project to determine if heat generated from composted chicken bedding is adequate to support germination and growth of cold hardy plants in a hostile winter like environment of Northern Wisconsin without additional protection such as a building, greenhouse, cold frame etc. 1,660 more words
The secret is out: If you raise your own backyard chickens, you don’t have to dye Easter eggs. Although factory farmed eggs are white (or brown) and all uniform in color and shape, chicken eggs actually come in all sorts of sizes and colors. 813 more words
When we got our yardbirds several weeks ago, we picked out a very “naughty” barred Plymouth Rock hen we named Miss Mona, and from the same farm we chose a fancy, fairly useless at laying but incredibly entertaining breed, the silkie. 1,375 more words