WELCOME TO THE HEN GARDEN …

This is the continuing story of our adventures keeping hens in our urban back garden.

The first instalment came to an abrupt and tragic end when a fox took our entire brood one night in January 2013. For the full story, see The Hen House Archives where you can read from the very beginning.

In the coming weeks, this blog will change in both appearance and content but if you have subscribed to posts or follow us on Facebook, you won’t miss a thing as you will continue to receive notifications of new posts. In the meanwhile, please be patient while we change things around. All the original content will continue to be available at The Hen House Archives but we feel that this blog needs a new name and a fresh start, just as we have been forced to start over again with a new brood.

Thank you for all your support and interest.

(updated 02.02.13)

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    Our original hen keeping adventure came to an end in January 2013, when a fox took our entire brood of hens. But don’t let that put you off … you can find the story at The Hen House Archive where there are still lots of stories, photos, and information about keeping hens I hope you'll find useful.
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