Tag: Chicken Wranger Sara

Multipurpose Net

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Retrieving eggs from the bantam coops has always presented a bit of a challenge. For a while, I had to scoop them forward and then grab them before they rolled back into… Read More

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New Business Venture

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Recently our local feed store was running a sale – on chickens. Buff orpington hens to be exact. Beekeeper Brian and Rachel figured that if we raise them until they lay eggs… Read More

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Too Many Boys

A guest blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara We recently discovered that the number of males determines the maximum number of birds we can have at Miller Farm. We have experienced the crowing contests among the roosters but this… Read More

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Chicken Connection

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I spent the week of Spring Break in Nicaragua. I went to work with Word of Life, Nicaragua.  We went into the mountains near Honduras and walked house to house telling people… Read More

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Miller Farm Color Project Update

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Rachel’s Bantam Color Project is going quite splendidly. Her latest flock of bantam chicks is very interesting and most were sold almost immediately. She has a couple of partridge frizzles from Richard… Read More

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Lost and Found

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara We interrupt our regularly scheduled chicken blog to report a totally random “feel good” story. Sunday morning I was playing keys on the Praise Team at church.  That’s the new way of… Read More

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Tom Turkey 1, Chicken Wrangler Sara 1

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara My love/hate relationship with the turkeys continues. For a while, Tom was roosting in the chicken coop.  Every night for several nights, I moved him to the turkey yard to be with… Read More

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