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Thirteen Eggs

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We now know that all thirteen of our hens are producing eggs. Friday we collected one egg for each hen in our brood. Our little chicks are all grown up.


They are thriving in their first exposure to spring and full access to free ranging our fields and forest. Crawling insects are under an all out assault.

When I was primping the paddock in preparation of our anticipated new equine tenants, the chickens showed up to join the fun; happy to help.


Now I’m going to go outside and clear out the last remnants of moldy hay from the hay shed and de-clutter the barn and I couldn’t be more excited about the reason so to do.

New horse companions are slated to arrive in less than a month.



Written by johnwhays

March 28, 2021 at 9:39 am

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  1. I am thrilled about your new horses coming to play and live at your fabulous environment. I can’t wait for you to introduce them to me.

    Catherine Marie Friswold

    March 28, 2021 at 3:52 pm

    • I expect they will get a lot of “airtime” on the blog after they arrive. I’m thrilled, too!


      March 28, 2021 at 6:00 pm

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