Well, we are still in the middle of winter in Upstate New York. For the first time, we have chickens to consider.[Read more…] about Chicken Waterers in Winter
Never count your chickens before they are… Oh, wait. That saying speaks to something else. And yet, it’s a bit appropriate here. At the end of December, I was thinking to myself how fortunate we’ve been that our chickens have not had any trouble in the past year. Everyone is healthy and well.[Read more…] about Really, Gert? Molting now? (Plus a short video!)
Chickens are amazing. It’s been so cold here and although they do not like the snow, they are making the most of it.[Read more…] about Chickens in December (Photo & Video Post)
With everything going on, both stuff we intended and stuff we did not expect, we have been navigating caring for our chickens as the weather grows colder and the days are shorter. [Read more…] about For the Love of Chickens
And now it’s September. First: YAY! I love fall. 😀
But wow, September? Whoosh. Here we are.
I hope you had time to read August Life, Sliced and Diced (lots of photos) because this post below is sort of the wrap up to all things August.
We knew when we were building the coop that we wanted [Read more…] about Gutters Up! (And Beans. And Squash.)
Well, it is August and this summer is rolling towards its end. I can’t say that I’m sorry: 2020 is no one’s favorite, it’s been way too hot, and the garden has been challenging. BUT, the chickens are a riot and laying now, so I am seeing my glass as half full. [Read more…] about August Life, Sliced and Diced