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September 2012 Vol. 2

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September 2012
Vol. 2

Pat : Just a quick note to tell you how much I love reading your Chicken Newsletter. I never realized there were so many of us Chick Lovers out there. I cared for chickens as a youngster. I left the home farm, married, raised my kids in the city but now we have moved to a 5 acre spot that has room for a few chickens. There are just the two of us and who knew? We both love watching our girls. As you can see from the photo, one of our girls is Rooster Charlie. After moving, I got a little lonesome for the old home, so I used some leftover wall paper to jazz up my coop. That made me and my friends laugh. I plan to spend many more years laughing. Thanks for your newsletter. It too makes me laugh! Pat G

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How A Very Small Farm May Be Made To Keep A Very Large Family

Ten Acres Enough is a self-sufficiency classic written by Edmund Morris, and is his personal story of his journey from city businessman to farmer. In this book Edmund details the first 3 years of his 'back to the land' experience; how he selected the land, what he chose to grow, the animals he raised, planning and managing his fully stocked kitchen garden and the layout of his fields. He also passes along many tips for planting and growing his selection of fruits and vegetables as well as sharing his experiences with cows, pigs and chickens. He explains honestly what worked for him and what did not.

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Keeping Chickens Newsletter - Published September 2012 by www.Self-Sufficient-Life.com