Our version of eggwreath to wish everyone a wonderful Christmas! warmest greetings from all the chickens and the farm team #merrychristmas #chickens #eggs #eggwreath
"Turn, turn, my wheel! All things must change
To something new, to something strange;
Nothing that is can pause or stay"
– from "The Song of the Potter" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
From pastured chickens, to organic fertiliser, to clover, to pasture, to golden hay, to sheep...
The wheels are turning on and on,
the future becomes today.
#hay #cycleofnature #turningwheels #eggs #pastured #farming #farmlife #natural #organic #chemicalfree #chickens
These chickens really know how to lay an egg.
if we put a dozen of such eggs together, it would make a-1.8kg package to take home!
Photography by Flor
Our favorite evening time discoveries as we go for a walk around the paddocks:
There are the same three chickens who always walk all the way up the hill, and perch on the gates, right in the corner.
They stand close, gossip loudly for a while (a lot is happening in the chicken world every day), and then go to sleep on the gates.
Then, there is the same one chicken, who ever since we baled the hay, comes and flies all the way to the top of one particular silage, and sleeps there. Same silage every day. There are a few bales together in a row, but she always chooses the same one bale.It is very unusual for a chicken to want to be by herself at night, most of the chickens stay and huddle together.
This is what true free range is supposed to mean.
Come morning, all these four ladies go and join the flock. Why do they do it, and not stay like everyone else with the herd?
My theory: they just like the sunset from that height :
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