Climbing out of my blogging slump. The brooder chicks and hen-raised chicks are proving to have many differences. The gardens are planted and we have two more broody hens!
The four month slump in the blog world is real. That coupled with a busy season and a long sequence of animal fatalities has me at a writers block, or maybe just lack of motivation.
When a SCOBY is moldy as you open your new batch of kombucha, it is important to take precautionary measures to ensure a safe batch next time.
Learning from and with others makes the process much more enjoyable, regardless of the job. Where one person succeeds, the other might fail.
Herbs can help prevent diseases and parasites from attacking your flock. Uses for plants and herbs with chickens to be proactive instead of reactive.
The boys checking out the new greenhouse. Only pic I got. No glamour shot by any means. Greenhouse. While the kids and I went out all day Saturday, hubby put together my cold-frame greenhouse! I have wanted a greenhouse for years. I have had a few varieties of temporary greenhouses, but I get frustrated. It…
Our first hatched chick at The Sheep Shed. Why Have a Hen go Broody? Why would I want my hen to go broody? Here are 3 reasons to make a hen broody: Maybe you want to hatch eggs yourself – have momma hen sit on the eggs. That way you do not need to raise…
Mental health is SO important. That is what this week was for us. LOVE yourself by giving the time to enjoy life beyond work.