"It supposedly camouflages blood. It also is much dimmer, so they feel like it's sunset all of the time instead of noon, which could make them a little less stressed out. A lot of people suspend feather dusters (so the bottom is about 2 inches…"
"I agree with what Alison has said about separating them with some screen or hardware cloth. You don't want reintroduction issues and you also don't want the single chick to suffer from lack of a flock. Normally I don't think red…"
"I signed up for it a week or two ago just to see what it was about. I haven't had time to get into the classes (the first video was taking FOREVER to load when I tried it and I lost patience) but deal is that they send you a lot of emails…"
"Hi Doris, (I just got back from vacation, so sorry for the late reply), I'm not currently selling any. I may start a new hatch in the fall, but I would try some of the suggestions from Powell an Trevor, and when in doubt, you can often find…"
I attended Kari's class at the microfarm today. She is raising those Japanese quail and said that she initially got them from you. Just wondering if you'd sell some to me or let me know where I could get them? Thank you so much…"
"If your water temps are staying warm, my second guess would be a bully fish. I had a situation similar to yours a couple of years ago. I was losing fish both in the tank and outside of the tank from them jumping (presumably to escape the bully fish)."
You were well received at Glendale. Lots of praise! Thank you for sharing your knowledge with others. We'll have to plan some more classes when you have time. Karen and I can then break it down into workshops and…"
"While organic and GMO are different as HL says, under current organic rules, certified organic seed can not be GMO contaminated. Secondly, people are not intentionally selling GMO seed to consumers. As a farmer, you have to agree to not save seed…"
I paint, have chickens, quail, tilapia (in an aquaponics system), gardens, fruit trees, solar panels, rainbarrels, preserve food and create alternative-powered appliances (at varying levels of success). I love heirloom seeds and have a bit of a hoarding/coveting problem with them. Here's my art website: www.rachelbess.com and here's my permaculture/urban homesteading blog: rachelstinyfarm.blogspot.com.
I attended Kari's class at the microfarm today. She is raising those Japanese quail and said that she initially got them from you. Just wondering if you'd sell some to me or let me know where I could get them? Thank you so much for your time,
You were well received at Glendale. Lots of praise! Thank you for sharing your knowledge with others. We'll have to plan some more classes when you have time. Karen and I can then break it down into workshops and demos. I don't think I"m ready to teach a class as comprehensive as yours but we did get a lot on the history of seeds at Native Seeds Seed School. Thanks again. Kathy
Was in your chicken class last year and am looking for just 2 chicks for our backyard. Live in a community so want chickens that are on the quieter and friendly side, if thats possible, lol. Do you have any advice on what kind and where to find only 2? I was thinking orpingtons, but if you have other suggestions that would be great!
thanks for the friend request. yes i do alot of hatching quail a chickens both. corturnix and buff orpingtons mostly. i also raise new zealand white meat rabbits and boer goats. heres my info and thanks again :).
Rachel...are you still selling worms? like the kind we could use in a worm bin. a group of mom friends and i want to help our kids get started on vermiculture. we haven't made the bins yet...we're still trying to figure that out too, but I remember you saying something about having worms at your quail class. thanks :) hope all is well (oh and by the way, i happened across your art work when I was trying to look up your contact information. Very cool!) Danica