Life is frantic at the Pickle Farm today. I have a sick kid, a back yard full of mud and holes, Christmas presents half wrapped and chickens in my kitchen. Yes, chickens…. in my kitchen. Two of them. A black one and a white one. And no, they are not waiting to be roasted, they […]
Finally it has stopped raining and starting sunning! It’s amazing what a little sun and a heck of a lot of rain can do. The grass is so green and so lush and so long! The big kids spent a long time just lying in the grass yesterday, soaking up the sunshine and enjoying being […]
The Story of Dash the Rooster.
*** This blog post is about killing and processing our own home grown chicken. There is no graphic images, and I don’t describe the process in detail, but if that is not you thing, that’s ok, I understand, click away now *** In the very early spring of last year Jasmine, our bantam hen, hatched […]