Ruffled Feathers and Spilled Milk

Farming with ducks and dairy goats, chickens and children.

What was I thinking?

There’s no good excuse.  I guess I just got carried away.  Because the summer garden was finally planted (except for the root crops which prefer a 3rd quarter moon).  The raised beds in the side pasture were filled with compost in preparation for the vine crops (2nd quarter moon in Scorpio).  The chicken accessories were […]

No Charge for Cuts

This story begins with a tarp.  Specifically, a tarp on a chicken coop.  Not exactly glamorous, but stay with me.  Now if you’ve worked with tarps (and if you own a farm or have a spouse who drives a pick up truck and wears work boots even in the summertime then I know you have!) […]

Backyard Chickens

So, you wanna raise chickens?  Sure, everybody’s doing it.   The people have spoken, the city leaders have relented, let there be backyard chickens!   I applaud the efforts of this uprising and, in appreciation, offer some of the tidbits I have learned during my years with chickens.   Gather ’round and listen close.  You […]

End of Grade Test

Word Problem. (Involves Reading Comprehension, Critical Thinking, Environmental Studies, Social Situations, and Mathematical Analysis) You own a small free range duck farm. You have not completed permanent housing for the flock.  Breeding and hatching season has arrived. Resolve the following scenarios: 1.  5 ducklings hatched out in an incubator. YOU are their mother. Ducklings cannot […]

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