Tag: Chicken Wrangler Sara

Smart Chicks

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Several classes at my new school hatched chicks recently. It has been fun to check on them especially during the stress of the last weeks of school.  I think “chick therapy” is …

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Disappearing Flowers

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara We have had the prettiest yellow flowers in our yard this Spring. I am sure they are in the dandelion family and so should be considered weeds however, they are cheerful each …

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The Early Duck…

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Now that the ducks are in their new space, we have settled into a new routine on Miller Farm. Each morning I feed the chickens their fermented chicken feed and give the …

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Perseverance

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara The orchid I was given as a secret pal gift at the beginning of the year got knocked off the counter and the stalk broke. I was more upset than I should …

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Bees and Bluebonnets

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Being true Texans, Beekeeper Brian and I have bluebonnets in our yard.  These came from seeds handed out at the funeral of Brian’s step mother.  Each year the patch gets larger.  It …

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Duck Containment

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara In our quest to reduce the number of chickens we have, we sold the Welsummer flock (one rooster and four hens) to some friends who are starting over with chickens after building …

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Travel Buddies

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara My husband and I both drive Honda Fits. Mine is white, his is yellow.  It was not an intentional thing.  We just like Honda Fits. Rachel and Brian both commute an hour …

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Farewell Kaboodle and Custard

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Although we call it Miller Farm, we actually live in the middle of town on 1/3 acre lot one block off a major street.  The pie shape of our backyard has allowed …

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Ducks Take Two

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara We used to have ducks. We got them when they were ducklings and they all turned out to be male.  This was not good for our farm so they went to live …

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A Three Shirt Day

A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Wednesday was a three-shirt day. It started out fine.  I made it through five classes and lunch with a clean shirt. Then I decided a cold drink from Starbucks sounded great so …

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