Category / coop

September 16, 2013
Fresh herbs and flowers dry along side mini-potatoes and garlic on vintage flower bulb drying trays. Like most chicken keepers, I love spending time in the garden. Each year I plant and grow plenty of herbs for the family and the chickens.  In the summer, the girls enjoy nibbling on the fresh herbs. However, as the…

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March 3, 2011
The past few days, I have taken Dolly from “Camp Broody” over to the larger coop and run with the rest of her family.  I reunite them first thing in the morning and with their late afternoon snack.  After ten minutes, I wait until Dolly enters the coop, I quickly close the door, open the coop…

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December 24, 2010
Today I noticed an overall improvement in Dolly.  Thank God!  When I opened the coop up this morning, she was in her usual nesting box.  Her crop was firm but smaller and almost flat.  I removed her from the box, wrapped her in a towel and gave her medicine. I also gave her some water via the syringe. …

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Sharing an inspired life from the New England seaside. Chickens, Bees, Gardens, Art and Yummy Goodness.