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8/12/12 – 10th day of Late Summer

Animals: Each coop had two eggs each. Moved coops to a new spot. Put the chicks out in the barn next to George. Garden: Picked a handful each of Roma and Cherry tomatoes. Went ahead and pulled two ears of

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8/9/12 – 7th day of Late Summer

Animals: Three eggs from the red coop, none from the white. Might move the chicks out a little early since the weather is warm. Garden: Picked a handful of soybeans, mostly Black Jet. Spent the rest of the evening spreading

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7/30/12 – 27th day of Middle Summer

Animals: Several fatalities today. One chick and a hen from each coop were dead this afternoon. More importantly we lost Loki. I wasn’t surprised by the chick dying, it had been pretty weak looking when I moved it to the

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7/27/12 – 24th day of Middle Summer

Animal: Collected eggs early, so each coop only had one egg. Only chickens I know that lay in the afternoon. One hen and the rooster escaped from the white coop yesterday while I was moving them. Caught the hen last

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7/26/12 – 23rd day of Middle Summer

Animals: 3 eggs from the red coop. 4 eggs from the white. Spent the evening putting the wheels on the coop and moving them out to the garden. The theory is that they will eat all the weeds and then

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7/25/12 – 22nd day of Middle Summer

Animals: Each coop had 2 eggs. Four baby chicks have hatched this afternoon. I will move them from the incubator to the brooder later tonight once they have dried off. Since the weather is so warm I don’t plan to

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