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Kill Them With Kindness: How to Make and Use a Killing Cone

Most people choose not to think about how the chicken, turkey, goose, or other winged creature spent its last moments on this earthView full post »

Barred From the Garden and Culling a Guinea Fowl

If you hadn’t guessed, I really love my chickens.  Honestly, I haven’t found a single feature of chicken ownership to not beView full post »

Guinea Winter Training

Dumb and Dumber, our remaining male guinea fowl, are far too proud to come in out of the cold.  I say “proud” in place ofView full post »

Guinea Fowl & Housing Plans

Guineas — Tick Eating Blessings Josh and I remember guinea fowl from childhood. I first saw them at a farm in Broadway, VirginiaView full post »

Decorating Tips for the Country Home & Garden

When creating trendy outdoor living spaces… don’t forget to give the chair rungs some flare. Break up the monotony of greenView full post »

Flight of the…. Guinea Fowl?

The evening began with Josh running around the house gathering the emergency kit, Nalgene bottle, and boots. I followed behind pepperingView full post »

It’s a Game Called, “I Win.”

As we pulled into the driveway last night, Josh and I realized that we had an uninvited guest snooping around the guinea pen and frontView full post »

Pure and Simple

In the name of all things good and holy, where did our time and money go? How oft have I asked that very question? Too many times toView full post »

Eat, Drink, and be Merry: an Epicurean Delight

Today we culled one of our loud female guinea fowl to have for dinner. Culling is an important part of herd management and while someView full post »

The Chicks Dig It

Here it goes… I miss blogging.  I took a break while our friend, Carl, transfers everything over from the old site.  That and I hadView full post »

Guests en route… distracted

Here are the male guinea fowl on their perch. The guineas really love their new space and we’ve noticed that our female has goneView full post »

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