Originally Posted by stake
bless me father for I have sinned....its been 14 pages since my last post....*yesterday at 4:00p",,,,,LisaY stopped by to look at the chooks and can now visit Blarney for real inspiration....
Feral cats are not good for anyone,,,,you might try the public heath as a way of getting them removed, but, it might be easier just to do it yourself....maybe the SPCA can help? ....
and about gardening.....I grow better grass in the garden than in the yard....it beats me how I can give a 4" veggie a 'head start' on the weeds and two weeks later the veggie(s) are overrun....is crab grass edible?
Have a good day all!
At least down in Adams County the SPCA will give you a trap....once you trap them you take them in, and the fix them (at cost to you) then they return them to you and you're expected to re-release them....doesn't seem like a solution to me!
As to crabgrass, yes it's edible, as is dandelion, plantain, tiger lilies, clover, wood sorrel, wild onion, wild ginger, staghorn sumac, pine needles (well they make a good tea),
So recently Drake (scovy) has been getting out. DH and I went out this morning to clip wings. We got home super late last night, so all I did was close/lock the coop. Go in, pick up Duck, clip her wings, pick up the 2nd hen, no need to clip hers, 3rd hen...she looks like we've never clipped hers! So clip hers...I look around...where is Drake?????? So we let everyone out and toss corn for them. Here comes Drake waddling down from the neighbors, guess he got caught out in the storm. So we tricked him into the garage and clipped his wings.