Category Archives: Poultry herding

Let It Rain!

Last year was so dry that we didn’t put up a single bale of hay. When the pond in our front yard dried up, my waterfowl were very perturbed. They spent a lot of time roaming the yard in search … Continue reading

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All the Noise, Noise, Noise!

I got a call from the post office this morning.  They said they had a noisy box waiting for me, so I told the girls to get their shoes and jackets on and get in the car.  Though they’ve been … Continue reading

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Incubation Printable

The hatching bug has bitten me again, and I’ll be setting a dozen eggs in the incubator tomorrow morning. I thought I’d make a chart to keep track of days, temperatures and turning the eggs. This process should take 21 … Continue reading

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Blue Cochins

A member of the Backyard Chickens forum asked me to take some pics of my blue cochins. I figured if I was going to go to the trouble to actually take pictures, I might as well share them here too. … Continue reading

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They’re at it Again

After a 2-month long hiatus for the chickens, and many more months for the waterfowl, we’re getting eggs again. The weather is a beautiful 60 degrees today, with just a hint of breeze. Spring must be coming. Are you seeing … Continue reading

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