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Holy Basil Mother plant

Holy Basil Mother plant

Isabel enjoying her morning epson salt soak for a sore foot.

Isabel enjoying her morning epson salt soak for a sore foot.

A list of things your chickens shouldn't eat (I don't ever see myself feeding the girls chicken, no matter what anyone says).

A list of things your chickens shouldn't eat (I don't ever see myself feeding the girls chicken, no matter what anyone says).

Awesome roosts.. Plenty of room for everyone.  Mine love to go as high as they can get!

Awesome roosts.. Plenty of room for everyone. Mine love to go as high as they can get!

7 Common Weeds your Chickens Will Love --1. Chickweed, 2. Clover, 3. Dandelion (leaves, roots, & flowers), 4. Wild Strawberry, 5. Bitter Cross, 6. Smartweek, 7 Beautyberry.  Weeds are free, very nutritious, and  chickens love them.    (Community Chickens)

7 Common Weeds your Chickens Will Love --1. Chickweed, 2. Clover, 3. Dandelion (leaves, roots, & flowers), 4. Wild Strawberry, 5. Bitter Cross, 6. Smartweek, 7 Beautyberry. Weeds are free, very nutritious, and chickens love them. (Community Chickens)

Faverolles are one of the most adorable chicken breeds. They come from France and come in one of two colors – either white or salmon. They have feathered feet and cheek muffs, making them some of the cutest, puffy little chickens. Faverolles chickens are so docile, they are often at the bottom of the pecking order, but their gentle nature makes them a perfect fit for a family flock. They are curious and active, and tend to be a bit talkative as they their lay pale cream-colored eggs.

Faverolles are one of the most adorable chicken breeds. They come from France and come in one of two colors – either white or salmon. They have feathered feet and cheek muffs, making them some of the cutest, puffy little chickens. Faverolles chickens are so docile, they are often at the bottom of the pecking order, but their gentle nature makes them a perfect fit for a family flock. They are curious and active, and tend to be a bit talkative as they their lay pale cream-colored eggs.

Appenzeller Spitzhauben chicken -  This is the national breed of Switzerland, having existed there for centuries.

Appenzeller Spitzhauben chicken - This is the national breed of Switzerland, having existed there for centuries.

What a lovely grey chook - dreaming of having some beautiful heirloom chickens running around my garden

What a lovely grey chook - dreaming of having some beautiful heirloom chickens running around my garden

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