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Chooks ahoy

With all my preoccupation with bees, the rest of our patch has taken a bit of a back seat, blogging wise. However, I’ve not been totally neglectful of the rest of the garden and its inhabitants… 267 more words

Livestock & Garden

Elevate Your Egg Storage!

by Stacie

Well the long-awaited time has come for your pullets to cross over and become young chickHENS!  You get your first egg!!
However small or large ( If your lucky! 296 more words


Camera Shy

They continue to grow and are very interested in my husband and I when we come anywhere near the coop. However, the second my camera comes out they get shy and immediately head the other direction. 13 more words


Ladies & Gentlemen?

On July 4th, my husband was away doing a living history event at Monocacy National Battlefield for the 150th Anniversary, so I spent some time getting to know the girls. 256 more words


New chickens! Vinnie isn't happy.

We picked up the lavender Orpington pullets yesterday.  THEY’RE ADORABLE!  Of course, you knew they would be.  I mean, they’re baby chickens after all.  When we got home, we put their carrier into the pen that we’d prepared for them and they happily pecked around in the grass, had a big drink of water and ate an entire bowl of food.   349 more words


Update on Backyard Chickens

The Buff Brahmas are heritage Chickens from China. They are a dual purpose bird, that means they are used for eggs and meat. I prefer the birds for meat, they lay small eggs. 1,001 more words

Backyard Chickens

right now :: flock flock goose

A few days ago, the young flock of pullets and their guardian geese were integrated into the adult flock of laying hens. They had outgrown their chicken tractor/brooder and were ready for more space. 89 more words

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