1876 Farm

My Amish coop.... this is where it all began. I saw this coop in a magazine and couldn't resist buying it, after I convinced my husband that we needed to raise chickens. We had started with 15 chickens.. we are currently up to 30 chickens, with 15 guinea hens being delivered this coming week, along with a hen that has gone broody on us and we are letting her sit on the eggs. It's going to be crazy around our farm for a while.

My Amish coop.... this is where it all began. I saw this coop in a magazine and couldn't resist buying it, after I convinced my husband that we needed to raise chickens. We had started with 15 chickens.. we are currently up to 30 chickens, with 15 guinea hens being delivered this coming week, along with a hen that has gone broody on us and we are letting her sit on the eggs.  

It's going to be crazy around our farm for a while.
1876 Farm, May 17, 2012

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