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Backyard Chicken Addiction

I purchased a few chickens this spring and started my backyard chicken farm. I must admit that I was a little apprehensive at first as to exactly how things would go. I worried about my chickens running off if they were let out of the coop. I was concerned other animals would get into their coop and eat them. The thing that scared me the most was that my husband has a bird dog.

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Backyard Chickens Finally Laying Eggs

This spring I dove head first into backyard chicken farming. I purchased seven laying hens and 16 chicks. I was off and running, and a little overwhelmed, but happy. Twelve of my chicks were to be eaten and four were to one day become laying hens.

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A Garden for Him, a Chicken Coop for Her

So last year my husband really got into gardening. He built himself a nice big garden with raised beds and six foot high fences to keep the deer out. He probably had 300 tomatoes come out of his garden, along with a few other vegetables. The garden was a great success and he is already itching to turn his thumb green this year. I caught him scouring gardening websites last night, looking for just the right foods to plant and when to plant them.

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Water Rights Agreement in the Works Between State and Tribes [AUDIO]

Missoula residents know where their water comes from...turn on the tap and Mountain Water provides the water. But, on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai reservation the issue of water rights has a long and complicated history, but some solutions are being proposed.

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Indiana corn field with pot plants in middle (Photo courtesyinkknife_2000/Flickr)
Indiana corn field with pot plants in middle (Photo courtesyinkknife_2000/Flickr)
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Drought Hits Pot Farmers

The drought is hitting the Midwest very hard. But one crop is doing very well.

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Down on The Farm

Farming is an interesting way of life. You also have to have a sense of humor. Check out this video.

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