So far all of our garden plots are doing great. The celebrity tomatoes in our first plot are getting huge. Our second (new) garden plot is taking off as well. It is hard to believe that we planted it only two weeks ago. We have a pumpkin plant that is taking over the entire South
The chickens are coming along just fine so far. We finally finished their coop and opened up the coop house for them to start exploring. Blanch, the Plymouth Rock, so far is still the friendliest and most adventurous of the three. She will eat straight from your hands. She actually got the other two to
Since the chicks have been outside in their coop they have been attracting all kinds of new friends We got these photos the other morning from a line in our yard.
The chicken coop is almost done, or at least 95.76% of the way there. Last week we built the doors and secured down the latches. The chicks are getting so big we decided to go ahead and move them into the coop. Last night was their first night out on their own. The only thing
It was time to get serious about building the chicken coop. Either we built in time for the chicks, or the chicks would need it before we had time. Finding a place to put the chicken coop was our first obstacle. We have a great yard but not a whole lot of space to work
A Stroll Through The Garden We started letting the chicks spend some time in our garden. We want them to get familiar being around us, as well as the plants and the insects. Up to this point each time they saw us we were lording over their box like some type of greek god having
Watch it Grow Well it has been about three weeks on the garden and two weeks with the chicks. We keep feeding everything, and it keeps growing. We had to move the chicks a couple of times now into a larger habitat. The recommendation for chicks is that they have square foot per chick. At
We expanded our family the other day by adding three hens to the pack. Now we officially have 1 crazy dog, 6 fish (this keeps changing due to our fish elimination rounds) & three little chicks. These chicks are one day going to be our breakfast making hens. "Rose" the first light colored chick is