The Chicks at 122

So as I’ve mentioned in a couple of previous posts, we have chicks around here again. This was totally unplanned. Somehow I managed to walk through all of the feed store “chick days” without buying any chicks. But I still ended up with six chicks. Virginia law requires that you buy a minimum of six…

All The Helpers

After a long, frigid Virginia winter and lots of deep litter in the chicken coop, it was finally time to pull out all the layers upon layers of chicken poo from underneath the roosting bars in the roost. I did not take a picture of what that looks like, because, well, because it’s basically 5…

Reuben

For the past year, I have been waiting and hoping that a stray cat would just take up residence on our little farm. But I’ve waited in vain. No such cat has ever showed up around here. I’ve had cats my whole life. I honestly cannot remember a time of not having at least one…

Baby’s Room Reveal!

As promised…I am finally ready to show you how our little baby’s room came to be. First, it’s not really a room. We don’t have a bedroom for the baby. One of the biggest thumbs down for buying this house, was that there were only three finished bedrooms. We have a fourth unfinished bedroom in the…

Goat Shed Two

After building our first goat shed, now simply referred to as the barn, we took a teeny tiny break from building anything. We spent a couple of weeks just enjoying our goats and the fruit of our labor. But then we had to get busy with extending the yard and building a shed for the…