New Page

All the previous content of this blog has been transferred to The Hen House Archives, so I’m starting again with a blank page … this first post is to alert you to a new page Hen Care and my first new link, to The Garden Roof Coop blog. It’s one of those serendipitous discoveries – I was looking for something else entirely! But the articles and posts about hen keeping on this blog were too good to miss, so it’s bookmarked to revisit when I have time to read properly. I hope you find it useful.

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  1. I am so sorry to read of your loss. What a horror.
    But I am so pleased that you are mustering your strength to grow and to look forward. You’re thinking like a chicken. Not an easy thing to do. Chickens have the ability to experience life in the moment, and when hardships and losses happen, they move on.
    I look forward to your future adventures and to your “new page”.

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