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Keeping an Egg Flock: Spring Begins!

Blog: Emma's Family Farm in Maine   -   Sunday March 25, 2012   -   By Rose and Steve

In order to sell free range eggs, one must be keeping free range layings hens as naturally as possible. If the farm is to be diverse, those hens should be relatively easy to care for and meld into the farm's systems seamlessly -- in other words, each step of...

Purebred Hatching Eggs, Chicks or Pullets For Sale

Blog: Borrowed Thyme Farm   -   Tuesday November 16, 2010   -   By Michael & Denise

For anyone interested in hatching out their own chicks, we will start the incubation process in Janurary. I will post on my blog, which breed I'm doing at a particular time. Anyone interested in hatching eggs or buying chicks let me know. I can ship eggs,...

17 week old Red Star Pullets

Blog: Tilson Farms   -   Monday February 08, 2010   -   By William & Jessica

I work at Southern States or Washington Farmers Coop in Abingdon, Va. We are holding chick days at our store this year.  We are getting 17 week old Red Star Pullets they are about 3 weeks from laying the cost is $7.00 + tax each. We are also pre ordering...


NEW: Chicken Sponsorship!

Blog: Jacob's Reward Farm   -   Monday December 14, 2009   -   By Cindy

One of our fiber CSA shareholders inspired the Chicken Sponsorship Program:  Here's how it works: We buy a ready-to-lay pullet and feed her for a year. You get a Sponsor Certificate (suitable for framing!) and a card with ten punch spaces on it. I'll...

News From the Blue Coop

Blog: Blueberry Hill Farm   -   Tuesday June 16, 2009   -   By Carmen

The blue coop houses the pullets and Dandy, the Americauna rooster.  The news from the blue coop is, that during April and May the pullets began laying eggs -- always a much anticipated event. Some people are confused as to the term "pullet"...


Spectacular January

Blog: Wingshadows Hacienda   -   Saturday January 17, 2009   -   By Lynne & Bruce

We are blessed! While the majority of the U.S. is buried in snow or temperatures so low that breathing is difficult, here we are with 80 degree days. Unbelievable! Every living thing is bursting with life in this magical weather. The trees are in bud,...

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