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Meet Parcha (means “passion flower or fruit”) a new addition to the homestead menagerie.
We got a call from a distraught family wanting to place…
Guess what? Far from being a silly rhyme-arific, for farming folks, there’s something to be had for clean chicken butts! A fluffy and…
The last 5 winters have been a dry one for Southern California. This winter we had a bit rain…
Wheatgrass is not just for people; it’s enjoyed by chickens and ducks on our homestead, especially in winter when our…
Now that our new batch of chickens are old enough to lay (yeah!) we now not only get fresh eggs…
This week the new chicks, now two months old, joined their fine furry and feathered companions in the main animal…
Q. My chicken is sick, can you help?
A. Sorry to learn of your sick chicken. I hate it when one of my animals falls sick and I am helpless.