Posts Tagged ‘gardening’

How much I saved with my chickens and garden February 4, 2013 10 Comments

Back in 2009, after deeply rooting myself into the sustainable living lifestyle, I was curious about how much I actually produced from my chickens and garden—and how much I saved over the year. It sure would be nice to put a value on the time I spent working out in the yard. Curious about how […]

What’s growing in your garden? May 30, 2012 4 Comments

Yes, I know chickens can be hazardous to a garden.  They scratch near the roots, they dust bathe, and they might even eat the fresh veggies or fruits you were planning to pick and serve for dinner.   Even though I am aware that chickens and gardens do not typically mix unless chickens are controlled within […]

The Joy Of Chicken Poo April 13, 2012 8 Comments

As a gardener I take advantage of my chickens’ droppings whenever I can.  First, I get all dressed in my chicken cleaning uniform, gloves and boots,  then trudge out to the coops with shovel in hand. When I clean the coops I make sure nothing is wasted and it all gets moved right to my […]

Chickens in the Garden January 27, 2012 1 Comment

Chickens in the garden can be a blessing to those who don’t believe they have a green thumb, who get easily overwhelmed in the garden, or just don’t look forward to the clean up and prep work that goes with gardening. Your little fowl friends can be the most handy tool to have in your […]