It's over 90 degrees here. The bees are so hot they're bearding across the front and sides of their hive, and reaching to the back. One hive is strong--the other I don't think will make it to winter, let alone through winter. I was proud of how well our garden was growing until I saw… Continue reading Update with Pictures
Warning: Behind the cut are pictures of cracked open eggs--some simply scrambled, some with development. If that bothers you, please don't click, or find a way to hide the pictures. There is a picture of cute baby chicks at the very end of this post. If you remember, back in June I got some hatching… Continue reading Incubating Eggs – Round 1
I have a few posts pending, one especially on hatching eggs, but what's more appropriate for a 20th "benchmark" post than some pictures of the newest additions? These are my 9 wheaten/blue wheaten ameraucana chicks. I had 9 out of the 24 eggs I bought hatch, but more on that in my hatching post (later… Continue reading 20th Post: New Additions!
Do you know what chicken math is? I wasn't sure at first, either. How can one kind of math be different than another? So I went to the trusty thing known at the internet, and it explained it to me: Chicken math is just the natural order of how many chickens a person may originally… Continue reading Chicken Math