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What is the best bedding for nesting boxes?
What do you use for chicken nesting box bedding? I think the most common materials for bedding is pine wood shavings.[...]
20 Cent Lemon Stand
20 cents for home grown, giant sized lemons! No wonder we sold 3 crate loads of them to the neighbours in[...]
The worlds biggest lemons? You won’t believe it!
This year my lemon tree has gone bananas. But I wasn't expecting it to also go Pumpkins!Wow that's confusing. Too[...]
Wake Up and Smell the Roses
When I wake up, one of the first things I do is check my emails.And while I have my morning[...]
Death in the Chicken Coop – Should I tell my Son?
Recently one of my chickens died. It was one of the older ISA Brown Chickens (Tinker), so it was likely[...]
My Spider Teacher
What she taught me was, to feel that you are part of this place not a visitor. That's a huge difference
Sacred Cow: Can regenerative agriculture feed the world?
”"Understanding and replicating natural systems results in better ecological and personal health" This is a quote and underlying philosophy from[...]
Introducing the Chicken Keeping Hub: A Free Library of Resources
I’m VERY excited to announce the release of the all new Chicken Keeping Hub.What is it?The Chicken Keeping Hub is[...]
How to make Sourdough: Restore a special connection to the food you eat
Making your own bread restores something significant we have lost in our lives from the industrial food system. It restores biodiversity to our food and reconnects us to the food we eat. Through the amazing world of microbiology, each loaf of bread is enriched by a unique mix of bacteria which connects us in a very special way to the food we eat. Connecting our food to the soil it's grown in, the kitchen it's baked in and even the hands used to bake it.

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