In Choosing a Pullet

When choosing chickens for a homestead, most folks go the route of getting chicks when they’re a mere few days old. They’re cheep (not sorry) that way, and absolutely precious. They’re also a lot of work, are half male, and eat quite a bit of feed before they can produce anything, not to mention theContinue reading “In Choosing a Pullet”

The Tilling Tidings (04/09/21)

As the frost date finally passes our cozy little farm, it was finally time to take the seeds out and plant them in the garden. The air was cool and the breeze felt nice as we slid the onions into their respective rows. We’ve had such good weather. So far, so good- knock on woodContinue reading “The Tilling Tidings (04/09/21)”

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