Chickens

Just an infomercial about how much I like my chickens.  Feeding western barbarians like me since 500 B.C.

PoultryChickens clean up your yard, patrol garden areas and give us great eggs for virtually nothing per month.  Most dogs can be trained to watch over a flock.  Unfortunately, they don’t always respect other flocks so keep this in mind.

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee fiddler...mostly
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3 Responses to Chickens

  1. James Buchanan says:

    Hello George. Thanks for the inspiration provided through your blog. I meet with a trailer guy tomorrow to kick off my Vardo project.
    Two quick questions. What is the collapsed and extended size of the bunk? Could you explain how it works. Secondly. Is that insulated pipe on the stove. ? What type of thimble through the wall?
    Check out the Common Ground Fair in Unity Maine. End of September. Lots of fun.

  2. Jake Levi says:

    I love chickens too, I am trying to figure out a way to fit a crate of Bantams on my caravan. They are the traditional Irish Traveler chicken as well as used by many Romani clans.

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