City girl to country girl

LongevityKitchn

In the Brooder
May 20, 2015
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Hi!
My husband and I moved from a highrise in downtown Chicago, to a 10 acre property in rural Indiana. Our short-term goals are a garden and laying hens this year. With the help of some neighbors and family farmers, we are off to a good start. We have 38 eggs in the incubator from our neighbor. It's day 15 and I will candle for the first time tonight. That's exciting! Now I have to get the brooder equipment and all ready to go. A local farm is starting our seeds and keeping them healthy for us until it's time to go in the ground on May 31st. We have a HUGE fertile garden bed so, with the help of our farm friends, we should have a better than good first year! I am thrilled with the support on this website and instantly received help regarding candling our eggs. I am excited, thank you!
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drumstick diva

Still crazy after all these years.
Premium Feather Member
11 Years
Aug 26, 2009
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Out to pasture
That's one major adjustment from Chicago hi rise to country farm. Bet you felt the stress melting away. So glad you joined the BYC flock
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Wyandottes7

Crowing
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Jul 24, 2013
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Hi there and welcome to our flock!
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So glad you could join BYC! Sounds like you have some good goals. I'm sure you'll enjoy raising chickens especially! I hope the incubation goes well. Incubating chicken eggs is one of my favorite things to do. If all goes well, you'll have lots of adorable cheepers in a couple more weeks.
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Do you know what breeds you're incubating?

Please feel free to ask any questions you may have! We'll be happy to help. Good luck with the incubation and your future chicks.
 

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