Rounding the far turn and entering the home stretch with the back yard! We're down to the last bank of juniper/cypress plants. This batch is harboring more big rocks than the others, and just as much trash. But be gone they eventually will be, although we're trying to salvage some of the cypress plants as cover for the chickens for now.
ones on the left have been partially cleaned up and shaped. Today we
found more rotting dog toys, several balls, a large yellow plastic dish
and a child's sweatshirt, plus a metric ton of trash.
Also, I made a fertile egg trade with a local lady and got these lovelies!
gave her some Belgian d'Uccle, Americauna, Giant Cochin, Brahma, Barred
Rock and New Hampshire eggs. She has a mixed flock like ours, with
Light Brahma and Golden Polish roos running with Sicilian Buttercup,
Silver Laced Wyandotte, Rhode Island Red, Leghorn, Golden Polish, Light
Brahma and Orpington hens. They go into the incubator along with our
hen's eggs on Saturday!
Yay for more chickens with silly doodads on their heads!