retired and live on a farm. We grow all the hay for a joint owned Red Deer farm. We have cultivated black berries. We have rhubarb and a small vegetable garden. We work with the State and a Forester developing our land and woodlands to control water and occasional logging. We don't use chemicals or pesticides.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Local caught Haddock steamed with a bunch of saute'd cooking greens (USA) and steamed Quinoa on the side.
Words Under the Words by NYE and Drift by Rachel Maddow-Too many more to list
Currently listening to:
My latest DIY project:
Currently renovating an old school house 1894
Refinished set of antique stained glass windows from the school house
Antique, glazed medical cabinet from a Vet's office
Flys are a nuisance on occasion, but adding DE (diatimatious earth) to the litter and laying fresh straw helps.
Eggs flat on one side? The shell? If the nest doesn't have litter/straw to cushion the egg, the egg will flatten as it lays on a hard surface...Eggs are warm and pliable at first, especially with young layers.