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Rain, rain and more rain. That pretty much sums up the rest of July and early August. It has been a rainy, rainy summer. So rainy, in fact, that my garden is molding. 551 more words
2 months, 1 week ago
Beets and Butter
My 13 laying hens are a noisy bunch in the mornings. Our coop comes equipped with five nesting boxes. However, only four of them get used and one sits empty. 120 more words
3 months ago
Rusty Acorn Farm
We’ve received freshly hatched baby chicks.
11 little layers: Buff Orpingtons and Silver Laced Wyandottes.
I hope the oxytocin transfers from this computer to you. 79 more words
4 months, 4 weeks ago
Much to my surprise, Helga didn’t peck my finger off as I gave her a spring “haircut.” And by haircut, I mean that her flight feathers needed to be clipped. 67 more words
6 months, 1 week ago
A week after hatching I still have fourteen healthy chicks in the brooder. You can see in the picture that they are beginning to get their feathers. 273 more words
The truth is that no one likes waiting in line. Even chickens.
This morning, I heard loud squawking coming from the henhouse and decided to investigate. 29 more words
6 months, 3 weeks ago
Looking Out the Window
We have been debating on and off about getting chicks this year. There are so many reasons to do and just as many reasons to sit out a year. 451 more words
7 months ago