Monday, March 25, 2013

Coming Soon...The Backyard Chicken Lady Blog

This is the future home of

The Backyard Chicken Lady Blog

This blog is currently under construction.  I plan to use this blog to keep share my journey back in to raising chickens in my backyard.  I have always had a bit of an abnormal attraction for chickens of all kinds.   As a child I grew up on a small family farm where we had Chickens, Cows, Goats, Pigs, grew our own food in a large family garden.  This part of my roots has stuck with me for my whole life as a positive time in my life.  Now that I am over 50 I want to bring back the peace, calm, and contentment I felt in my life with Chickens...Please follow me on this journey.

The inspiration came from Ellie, a Hen belonging to Tammy over at "Our Neck of the Woods" blog...

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Keeper of 1 husband, 2 grandkids, 3 dogs,
3 cats, and 17 Chickens!
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  1. I'm so glad that you are going on this chicken journey! They will definitely bring back the peace, calm, and contentment you felt in the past when you had chickens. Of course you know how much I love mine, so I am so excited for you! :)

  2. I'm looking forward to following your adventures in chicken-keeping. Enjoy!

    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick

    1. Thank you Kathy...I am learning SOOO much to re-prepare me from reading your blog. Enjoying your posts tremendously!


  3. I agree Holly Ive been following "The Chicken Chick" a little after I started my Hen Haven Facebook page. BTW Kathy I ask you a few weeks ago if roosters "help" with sitting on eggs. I have the Old English Game (bantam) hen and rooster. I went out this afternoon and peeped in on them and both were in the nest. :)). Too bad I didn't have my camera like I normally do. Holly I'm like you I've learned lot from Kathy and everytime I asked a question she answered.


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