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Thelma & Louise

On Mother’s Day we added two chickens to our growing suburban farm.  We built a small chicken coop which only took us about 5 hours from start to finish. 81 more words

A Variation On The Theme

This Thursday, I’m sharing a sketch (or two) of my humble chicken coop door.


I’m not sure which version I like best …


The chooks sure love the “open door policy”. 72 more words

Nova Scotia

City Farm Update

Ok! So it’s not been a super productive month. The weather hasn’t cooperated and the whole chick drama had me a little down in the dumps. 619 more words

Homesteading

Goodbye to the chicken run

The chicken run has gone to a new home, so the the backbreaking job of making the space back into a garden has begun. The garden feels so much bigger and there is lots more light.
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Photography

Best way to relocate chickens: wheels and a tractor!

I was very adamant about the ability to move my chickens regularly for fresh grass so we put the chicken coop on wheels. It was one of the best ideas Mike had for suping things up. 76 more words

Chickens

Moving On Up - Present Day

Between the storm on Monday {tornado’s galore and softball sized hail for all} and all the coop construction that’s been going on around here {not to mention end of school activities, work, and sports} there hasn’t been a lot of time for blogging. 491 more words

Backyard Chickens

Eggs: do 2 a day = longevity?

In the news this week were stories about two ladies who happened to be the oldest living folks on the planet.

Sadly, Susannah Mushatt Jones… 238 more words

Farm