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Saturday, December 28, 2013

A Week in Farm Photos - December 22nd - 28th




This week Christmas came and went, and all the hustle and bustle of baking and visiting with family and friends has finally settled down. We unveiled a brand new blog design this week that we hope is cleaner and crisper and easier for you to navigate, and comes complete with new coordinating profile photos and banners for both of our Facebook pages Fresh Eggs Daily and Ducks Too as well.

Happy Winter and please enjoy these photos from our farm!











BECAUSE LIFE IS JUST BETTER WITH CHICKENS!


I would love for you to join me here...

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9 comments:

  1. Love the pics. Thanks for sharing !

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  2. I love the pics too. Seems like they are all good at keeping themselves entertained. Happy new year!

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  3. Wonderful pictures,,always makes me miss home..Wishing you a Happy New Year!

    P.S. I pinned your chicken swing and our christmas tree will now be repurposed into one for our girls this week! I will post a pic of it on your facebook page when it's up..Thank you for tha fantastic idea!

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  4. I just love your picture updates just beautiful and the ducks so funny quack quack

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  5. Hi Lisa- I notice your ducks are having a great old muddy time of it (looks fun!) But I also see your chicken in a deep litter area that looks like it is outside. Do you have the ducks in a separate part of the run? I'd love to see detailed pics or even a drawing of how your run is set up. Thnx!

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    1. Hi Becki, No actually, the area all around the duck's pool and water tubs is a mucky mess. The rest of the run, I toss the straw out when I clean the coop and duck houses and spread the straw over the mud. I also rake pine needles into the run to keep it dry. The ducks and chickens are together, but the chickens generally stay away from the muddy duck 'area'.

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    2. I just found your run landscaping post with pictures and the linked video. =]
      Your chickens and ducks look very happy!!

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Lisa/Fresh Eggs Daily Farm Girl
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