Articles from plantoneonme

Thanks for stopping by my blog for the Little Farm in the Big City. I have been an avid gardener for 30+ years and finally got my first chickens. It has been a wonderful learning experience from how to build a brooder, brooding chicks, feeding, and housing. After just a few months, I have been rewarded with the best tasting (although small right now) eggs ever. I currently have 4 bantam chickens (but since one started crowing, he has to move), 2 RIR and 1 EE pullets. It is just so much...
My swaps... These 9 very old quilt blocks. Found 20 years ago in my late husbands grandmother's home when she passed away at the age of 103! This pattern to make a 3 D flag... This thimbleberries pattern... These quilt patties to make a grandmother's flower garden quilt... These three little piggies This picture frame, holds 4x6 picture One of these books: This poster of a papillon dog looking at a butterfly
The little coop my brother helped me build using all recycled material. It started out as a "garage" for trash cans my wonderful (now deceased) husband made. It measures 8ft long x 2 ft deep x 40" high not including the wheels. It was open on the front. My brother, Darrell, made a shelf with ladder to make it 2 levels, and finished off the front and made sure there was ventilation on the top and bottom part of the coop. Just after finishing the coop, we had temps near 100 degrees for...
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