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by Jennifer Burcke Photos by author I’m not sure where the last month has gone. It seems like I blinked and it was over. As I sit here writing this post, I can hardly believe that our latest batch of baby chicks aren’t really babies anymore. It’s true. While they are only five-weeks old, they […]Read more »
by Jennifer Sartell Photos by author We gather a lot of eggs around here. We have 42 hens, and on a good day, it’s not out of the question to collect 42 eggs, but for the most part, our daily average is around 26. This number changes depending on many factors, including the number of […]Read more »
by Jennifer Sartell I’m glad to see that so many of you are enjoying my post Turn Eggs into Lace! In response to the enthusiasm you’ve shown in the form of e-mails, comments on my Facebook Page and here on Community Chickens, I thought I would do a follow-up blog showing some more examples, and […]Read more »
by Jennifer Sartell Photos by the author My husband, Zach, and I recently moved from my parents’ house in the woods to a 14-acre farm. Some people move in a weekend, some over a week or so. Our move was a 2-month undertaking, where we hauled four goats, three rabbits, 40 chickens, a small barn, […]Read more »