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My grandmother born October 1928, grew up on her grandparent’s farm in Craigsville, West Virginia. One of eight children, life was not always easy. Her childhood began alongside The Great Depression. As one of the middle children, her responsibilities were many around the farm. Some of her earliest memories are of the animals on the […]Read more »
I count on my chickens in so many ways eggs, bug control, food, and companionship to name a few. Just recently they took on the role of janitorial staff as well. For me each day begins the same, heading to the barn for morning chores. Grain is given to the goats and cows, water […]Read more »
Chickens are amazing creatures! I have had people come up to me at the grocery store and ask if I was the “Chicken Lady” they are always curious to why I started keeping chickens in the suburbs of Kansas City. Since it’s one of my favorite subjects, I have no problem sharing. Below are seven […]Read more »