Equanimity Foundation

Local sustainability

Arrival of hens

After months of planning, searching and building, we built a chicken coop/palace and a tractor for only $135. Thanks to HelpXers, neighbours, kerbside collection and recycling construction material from the house (saved for 2 years!). The hens are well provided for. Despite being confined, they appear content for now. The plan is to keep them until they stop laying then eat them.

 

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2 comments on “Arrival of hens

  1. Judith Helen Shaw
    August 7, 2013

    Wonderful! Is that Kris Brittain I see there as well? Helen #0303

  2. Equanimity Foundation
    August 7, 2013

    (:>)… no, it isn’t, it’s my HelpXer (:>). Who is Kris?
    Did you find my blog through CES, Helen?

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