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One thing I love about spring is the birds come back to visit.
Which means bird houses, bird baths and bird feeders at the ready. They can be
Who doesn’t like to watch chickens and ducks run around the yard and play in the pool.
It is time to get ready for the baby chicks and ducks.
Taking care of them can be so easy and fun.
Today is NATIONAL PURPLE DAY.
What a better way to celebrate than getting information on identifying Purple Martins. They have already been spotted in the area. I hope you are ready for them.read more
I made these for some little girls I know.
Quick and easy.
– 1 gallon buckets (available here at Farm & Home)
I love everything fresh from the garden….. but I hate pulling weeds.
I found all these ideas for planting using pallets.
It looks so organized and maybe it will hold back the weeds some.
Chickens are so much fun to have around. (**see my One Chicken Can post)
I love just watching them. To me it is relaxing watching them.
Spring is finally here. WOOWHO!!! (I don’t think it is an actual word so I can spell it any way I want. 🙂 ) I can’t wait for those 70 degree days to be here. I heard the Peepers out this past weekend. The days are getting warmer. It didn’t get that cold this winter so it didn’t take much. I’m ready for the flowers to start blooming.read more
It is that time of year. Time to start planning out your gardens. (Click on the picture to go to the link)
With all the rain we have had the ground will be ready to go.
I can’t wait. I can taste them now…fresh tomatoes.
DID YOU KNOW????
These chickens grow Fast. In just a few weeks you can have them in the freezer or on the table.
Fry-em, Boil-em, Broil-em, Bake-em, Roast-em, Broast-em it’s all yummy in my book.
Nothing like raising them yourself. You know exactly what they have eaten. No steroids, antibiotics, growth hormones, raised just the way you want your family to have them.
Nature’s Insect Control will be back in town soon.
Make sure they are welcome at your house.