Category: Miller Farm Friday

Interruption on Miller Farm

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara A finger injury recently interrupted Life on Miller Farm and it was my finger. The accident happened at the beginning of June but it has taken me a while to process the… Read More

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Weed Control

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara A friend in my Bible Study Fellowship class is a gardener. She was talking about weeding one day and I mentioned that I always feed the weeds to my chickens.  They love… Read More

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More Duck Tales

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The ducks must have read last week’s blog (http://judythewriter.com/ducks-to-water) and decided to cooperate with me. Topsy stayed in the pool long enough for me to get a picture. The recent rains have… Read More

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Ducks to Water???

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I’m not sure where the phrase “like a duck to water” comes from, but I do know that our ducks have never heard it. They outgrew the pan of water that we… Read More

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Where’s Waldo – Duck Version

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The ducks are finally big enough to run with the chickens. They eat the same things as chickens so keeping their food separate is not necessary. The arrangement seems to be working… Read More

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Changing Colors?

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I came home one day to find a lizard on the fence post. It caught my eye because it was bright green. A week later I saw a brown lizard on the… Read More

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Finishing Strong

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The school where I teach has a long tradition of celebrating May Day including a May Pole. The kids learn to skip around the pole holding streamers as music plays.  At the… Read More

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Make Way for Ducklings

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I arrived home from Bible Study last Monday and Rachel told me, “The ducklings are in the furthest Bantam run.” To be fair, she had asked about getting ducks. I had just… Read More

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But Not Mosquitoes

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The text message conversation on the left is between our daughter and me. It is taking place during preparation for the annual Gilbert and Sullivan performance at my school. At this time… Read More

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Presents from the Dachshunds

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I have had to accept the fact that part of living on a farm is living with rodents. The rat population varies from season to season.  We do what we can to… Read More

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