There is something genuinely exciting about opening up a laying box and finding an egg for the first time. Pox was the first to start, and she likes to lay them around 1pm. The day after she started laying, she became a different hen! Continue reading "Fresh Eggs from My Backyard Hens"
We knew when we got the new girlies that they would eventually need an outdoor home to move into, so we made our plans for their coop. With a very low budget, we were lucky to already have nearly everything we needed! Keeping some nice wood laying around has these benefits 😉 Hurray for repurposing crates and pallets! I also used a super simple whitewash that is natural, safe and looks pretty awesome. Continue reading "The Homemade Reclaimed Material Chicken Coop"
Meet Pox, Colonel, and Nugget. First line of defense against pests, and converters of said pests and weeds into food. These girls will grow up to be bug-eating, fertilizer-creating, egg-producing machines. Hopefully, at least. If not, at least they're cute? Continue reading "The New Girls in Town"