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Spring chickens on pasture

There's not going to be a lunchtime series this week since I've been lazing around enjoying spring.  So I thought I'd plug my chicken blog, where I've been posting the long versions of all of our crazy chicken experiments.  If you're interested in raising chickens on pasture, hatching your own eggs, or just looking at cute chick photos, that site is the place to be.

Meanwhile, I've been slowly but surely tagging old lunchtime series so they're easier to find.  You can now read all of the lunchtime series through March 2009 by clicking on that link.

Finally, there's always the archives.  Joey made it very user friendly a year or so ago, and since then we've had half a dozen emails from folks who have started at the beginning and read all the way through.  Maybe you'd like to join the ranks of the Walden Effect obsessed?

Thanks for reading, and happy spring!

Our chicken waterer never spills or fills with POOP.


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Came across this today: http://www.chelseagreen.com/content/eating-the-whole-chicken/

Comment by Brian Tue Mar 27 16:25:32 2012
Wow, that's odd. I would have thought Chelsea Green would have contacted me before reprinting the whole thing, but I guess I don't mind since they included a link.
Comment by anna Tue Mar 27 18:18:31 2012

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