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by Meredith Chilson The hustle and bustle of the holidays are past. As the new year unfolds, I like to take some time to reflect on the previous twelve months and to do some proper planning for the next. Proper planning begins with paper and pencil. I envision the days, weeks and months as an […]Read more »
by Donna McGlasson from Gardens & Chickens & Worms, Oh My! Tips for the Chicken Lover’s Soul When Projects are Involved (NO chicken soup here) Over the last year and half that I’ve been raising my chickens, first three hens, then two more, now four more and probably even more later; I’ve learned a few […]Read more »
by Heather Nicholson of Scratch Cradle This time of year, many of us in the Northern Hemisphere are looking ahead towards spring. Along with the colorful seed catalogs, hatchery catalogs are arriving, and we browse exotic breeds, dreaming of the season ahead. This is the perfect time of year to set-up breeding pens with your […]Read more »
by Meredith ChilsonThe last day of the year. The sun never really shines through the overcast skies, the snow keeps piling up, and evening comes in the afternoon. It’s the time of year that I dig out my notebooks, reflect on the past few months, and make plans for the next twelve. My journals contain […]Read more »