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Learning from Gods farming in wild places so we can farm Gods way

Last Friday we had some visitors to our farm to discuss together how we can apply Scripture to caring for creation, for animals, for the soil. 1,607 more words

Growing Food

Everything I Know About Laying Hens & Egg Production

Hens, especially young hens (commonly called “pullets”) will lay eggs. Just how many eggs and how often depends on a number of factors. In addition to age, the breed, environment, diet, health, and time of year all affect a hen’s egg laying potential. 2,399 more words

Unrequited and it feels so goooood. (HAHAHAHAHAH) No.

A year ago I received a wonderful present.  A “chocolate box” of 5 chickens!  One white, 1 speckled, 1 blonde, 1 black, and an amber-colored Amercauna.   412 more words


Putting chickens to work making compost

I have many compost heaps, but the one that is ready the fastest is the one that the chickens make for me! 110 more words

Growing Food

Applying Kurt Lewin's Three Step Model of change to chickens! (Part Two)

Does understanding hen ‘pecking order’ provide insight to group dynamics? 469 more words

Applying Kurt Lewin's Three Step Model of change to chickens! (Part One)

‘A group is never in a steady state of equilibrium, but is in a continuous process of mutual adaptation.’
Kurt Lewin

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If only they could talk

and listen and understand… I’m talking about my farm animals of course. They all have their own languages to talk to each other but I wish they could speak mine. 391 more words

Mountain Life