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Day 6: 10 of 12

I candled the eggs tonight, this time all of them to check for the development and it seems as though 10 are fertile and 2 are not. 239 more words


Not This Thyme

Waking up to snow covering your lawn this time of year is a bummer.  It will melt quickly, but it is tough for those of us who want to be playing in the soil. 272 more words

March is Madness!

It has been a busy month over at Magnolia Acres.  Doors and vents were finished, beds were tilled and amended, potatoes and peas were planted, tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants were introduced to their new homes.   116 more words

Hoop House

Taking Care of Thyme

Friday was in the low 50′s.  So I was adventurous and looked underneath my pine needle mulch to see find out if my garlic was there.  356 more words

Chicken Blessings

This month we have been overly blessed thus far! God’s creation always amazes me and I am continually amazed by how he has made the chicken. 174 more words

A Season of Hope

I took full advantage of the weather today.  I started to finish the work I started last fall.  I clipped, trimmed, and pulled lots of dried and dead plants.  222 more words

Meet Rudy!


2 weeks ago we adopted a bantam rooster which we decided to call Rudy! He has not been introduced into the flock yet because of the temperatures lately, but over the weekend he will have to chance to meet them, as well as his bride-to-be Snow! 106 more words