Tag: Chicken Wranger Sara

Grumpiest Hen

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Every once in a while, a hen will go broody.  This means she sits in the nest box as if she is hatching eggs.  This would be fine if she actually had …

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Perspective

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I cut this comic out of the Sunday paper recently. I have quite a collection of comics.  Some are about dogs or chickens or music.  This one is about perspective. It has …

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Another Travel Buddy

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Bill went to San Antonio last week and brought me back a round, plush frog.  My first thought, naturally, was a song “Frog in The Middle.” I considered using it in my …

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Crazy Weather

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The weather in Texas has always been a little unpredictable. I’ve learned to carefully watch the forecast and then step outside to see what is actually happening. Lately it has been warm …

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Secret Pals

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara My new school did secret pals for the month of October. It was a really fun way to get to know the other teachers. We would leave things by the sign in …

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Full Up at Miller Farm Inn

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara A fellow teacher at my school shares our love of dachshunds. Not quite as much as we do – she only has one.  Her dog’s name is Elvis and he is not …

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An Irish Thanksgiving Blessing

As you gather with your family and friends tomorrow, Chicken Wrangler Sara and I offer this Irish blessing for you and yours.

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More Lace and Shimmer

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I recently posted pictures of the silver and gold laced Wyandottes.  They are quite lovely. There are also other laced chickens. This is a blue laced red Wyandotte..This is a splash laced …

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Good Night Mum

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara I love mums. So do snails. Every fall I get a mum. Every fall the snails eat my mum. This year I planted marigolds. The snails ate them also. I really don’t …

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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 …

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