North Star Homestead Farms, LLC -
Saturday November 03, 2012 - By Ann, Laura, and Kara
It has a way of creeping up on you. Maybe not for the barnyard fowl so much, but
at least for their caretaker. First, the
days grow noticeably shorter. Then the
egg production slackens. Certainly,
laying eggs is correlated with...
At Home in Nature -
Monday March 21, 2011 - By Mary
This morning before the wind began to blow, the meadowlarks were singing to each other. Their songs may sound cheerful to one person, and melancholy to another, but to the birds they present a specific meaning that is not so open to...
Re Rustica -
Wednesday February 04, 2009 - By fullofbeans
Geese and chickens do not like to brood all their eggs, and usually abandon most of them. This helps them ensure that they do not overtax their resources. Another technique they use to ensure wise resource use is language.
If our birds ever...