The ancestral hometown is re-thinking its opposition to chickens. The guy who wrote the article has a problem with my ancestors: Opening the city’s doors to chicken coops seemed like a step back to a time when folks just off of the boat, and one step from starvation, kept hens to put eggs on the […]Read more "coming home to roost"
On Saturday, our neighbors gave us some eggs from their backyard chickens – they have three hens. That was nice of them.Read more "fresh eggs"
Now here’s a coincidence. Just yesterday I received via email a picture of the remains of a Boise, Idaho chicken after an encounter with a neighborhood cat – there was an identification ring on the chicken’s foot. And today there’s a post on the Urban Chickens blog about the National Animal Identification System (NAIS), which […]Read more "what the chickens have taught us"
A fellow resident of our city has a very nice chicken coop. Update: Similar coop plans can be found here.Read more "Nice coop."