I Found Chickens And More On My Farm Tour

I had a great time on a recent farm tour in Northern Kentucky and submitted photos for a Backyard Poultry Magazine blog post.


 By the way, the one below was taken by my daughter. Pretty Good!


Wildlife Wednesdays: Dusty Spider Webs

I couldn't resist this picture of dusty spider webs in an old barn since it's almost time for Halloween. Spooky and beautiful at the same time!


When A Chicken Lays A Lash Egg

Ever heard of a lash egg? Odds are you probably haven’t. It’s an uncommon condition that I came across this week through Backyard Poultry Magazine's Ask the Expert service and had to share. Continue Reading...





Wildlife Wednesdays: Lunar Eclipse & Weird Fall Weather

A rare total lunar eclipse, where the sun, moon and earth were perfectly aligned, occurred in the wee hours of the morning today causing a blood moon.



Fall weather is always a little unpredictable in my neck of the woods. The day before last, we had thunderstorms with lots of hail. This picture shows, in places, it was piled up over an inch!











Wildlife Wednesdays: Removing Ash Trees

I hoped it wouldn't happen, but over the summer, we found a few Emerald Ash Borers dead in our pool. Our once beautiful ash trees started to lose their leaves. And then it was time. Our trees were dead and had to be removed so they didn't cause harm to any existing structures.


You can see the tunnels made by the Emerald Ash Borers in the picture above. Eventually the trees couldn't get any food or water.


 Doesn't look too big, right? Check out the pictures below!


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