Despite what seems like endless bad weather our spring projects are getting under way. Today we moved a flock of 7 bantams from their winter quarters at our house back to the coop in the Chattooga Club's community garden where they will spend the summer. Their coop now becomes the home for this year's chicks who are now a month old. We are trying some guinea hens this year. They are said to be good at eating insect in the garden and not scratching up beds.
And a new addition this year are flats of micro greens,and