Tag: Chicken Wrangler Sara

Chicken Math

A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Last week, Whitey – the hen who had the hurt leg and we nursed back to health – was once again walking funny. We knew it couldn’t be a result of… Read More

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Greener Grass

A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara This morning, as I was filling the chicken waterer, I looked up and saw one of our black chickens in the neighbor’s yard. I must confess I can’t blame her. The… Read More

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Advantages to Raising Chickens

A guest blog from Chicken Wrangler Sara There are advantages to raising chickens. They get food and water and sometimes grass, and they are happy. Humans, on the other hand, need many things. Last Wednesday proved the last…. Read More

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Puddle jumping, bee stings, and dachshunds

A guest blog from Chicken Wrangler Sara Bella, dachshund chicken watcher extraordinaire, has keep life interesting around the urban farm for the past two weeks.  First, a bee  stung her on the foot. This would not have been… Read More

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The Power of Not Thinking

 A Guest Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara  I have often heard people speak of “the power of positive thinking.” However, I’ve become convinced lately that there is, at times, even greater power in “not thinking.” For example, when… Read More

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Goose eggs, adolescent roosters, and bullied hens – Miller Farm Friday

Welcome our very special Friday Guest blogger, Chicken Wrangler Sara and another tale from the Miller Farm. Adolescent roosters are some of the most horrid creatures on earth, which makes putting them on death row much less traumatic… Read More

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Miller Farm Friday – Wax Bees and Bananas

For an urban city farm, the Miller Farm produces a wide variety of products. I love the eggs. And, the honey Beekeeper Brian extracts is equally tasty. Chicken Wrangler email today is about the bees on the farm…. Read More

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