See that baby chick?
Yep, it’s ours. Along with 19 others just like it.
That total doesn’t count the cages of “layers” that we just got.
Yes, yes, we are doing this farm thing and learning lots of lessons along the way. Jon wants to learn small-scale chickens as a possible business route in Ethiopia.
I received a list of needed/helpful skills for the field. It looks like I better get busy, I need to learn how to:
-Drive a stick shift
-Read a map (No GPS? YIKES)
-Cook completely from scratch
-Butcher meat (Jon plans on learning this one)
Please, don’t mind the chickens in the yard. (Actually, we think we will put them at my brother’s farm and not my grandma’s backyard)
When we start milking our own cow by hand, someone please stage an intervention.
Scrambled eggs anyone? :)