Puttering Around the Yard Taking Care of My Chickens

Saturday October 10, 2020 Guerneville CA.

Supposed to shower today

It did shower but not much, just enough to wet the ground as I went outside this morning.showers

 

I fed the chickens and checked their water bowls.

And then picked these tomatoes.tomatoes

 

Helping the rain

Since it was supposed to shower and didn’t much I decided to help out by putting the sprinkler on in this field to help get the weeds growing for the chickens to eat.water

 

I trimmed some branches off my loquat tree and gave them to the chickens to eat.feed

 

Chickens like the raspberry patch the best

Later in the day I let the chickens into my raspberry patch to graze around. They really run to the patch when I open the gate and really like to graze in here, more than any of other places. Likely because the raspberry plants get watered more than other places and it has a lot of mulch on it.patch

 

The chickens don’t seem to eat the morning glories growing in the raspberry patch.blue

 

Later in the day I got the wheelbarrow out and hauled two loads of wood from the yard to this wood pile so I can put a tarp over it for winter to keep it dry. I trimmed the pineapple guava tree to put the wood under it and now I need to haul the cut tree limbs to the brush pile.wood

 

So I loaded up the tree limbs and hauled them off to the brush pile.brush

 

That was a fairly easy day just puttering around the yard.

Nice day.

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1 Response to Puttering Around the Yard Taking Care of My Chickens

  1. Nancy K says:

    Wondering if your chickens go willingly when you pen them back up. I always had a heck of a time getting them back to the coop. Smart chickens, leaving the morning glory alone!!

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