Monthly Archives: February 2011

Chickens give a helping claw

I’m a little late getting started on my garden this year.  Moving ahead nonetheless.  Since the beds were pretty much empty and I decided to move some around, I went through each bed sifting through the dirt.  The girls love … Continue reading

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Line-up at the Coop!

I have six hens.  In a burst of energy, when I built the coop for them, I built three nesting boxes.  Despite the fact that there are three nesting boxes, the girls will only use one!  The result is a … Continue reading

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Bees in LA!

We all know about the decline in the bee population.  And I have been fascinated by bees for a long time.  And I noticed that while many of my veggies had a lot of blossoms, there wasn’t much fruit unless … Continue reading

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Drama in the Henhouse

It started on Saturday when I noticed big drops of blood in the coop and run.  A little panicky, I looked for the cause.  My Australorp, Dallas, had blood on one of her feet.  It looked like part of her … Continue reading

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A rose by any other name . . . what’s in a Trademark?

I feel compelled to begin this post with the legal disclaimer that this post is not intended to provide legal advice to anyone.  This post is being written merely because, as an attorney* who keeps bees and chickens, and grows … Continue reading

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