Fruits of our labor!
August 28, 2016
We average 10 eggs a day. You can tell which one came from a young chicken, it’s the perfect size for baby Jax…
We love harvesting the fruits (and vegetables) of our labor.
Lemon Grass and Mint for tea, rosemary, sweet potatoes
Cotton Candy fruit, so good…(aka Muntingia)
Moringa, Mustard, Cotton Candy fruit, Goji berries, Mulberries, Sweet Potatoes
June 9, 2016
We have been busy.
After posting some Gandules seeds and mealworms online for sale, we quickly sold out of everything. So, we are going to expand a little. We are growing lots of plants, collecting seeds and expanding our mealworm setup. I have been busy redoing the website to make it more business-like and easier to navigate. I’ll continue doing monthly updates. Feel free to leave comments and email us with any advice or questions.
We had a sad day a few weeks ago when a fox attacked our chickens, killing 6. Thank goodness for our neighbor. If she wouldn’t have run over, we would have lost them all. Luckily, we still have 5 layers left. Our 10 baby chicks should start laying in October. The sudden decrease in eggs has been rough.
This week, we began creating planters out of railroad ties. It is nice to have the plants contained in different areas. It’s been feeling pretty scattered around here.
Brad rigged up a pump for the pond! With the flick of a switch, we have pond water shooting from a garden hose. This is very exciting! It’s nice to have an endless supply of water. The pressure is perfect, strong enough to hook up a sprinkler to it. Game Changer.
Thanks for following. Keep checking in on the site to watch us grow!
July 27, 2015
Chicken Little Cocoa
Click here to see WHAT’S GOING ON
We raise chickens.
We grow food.
We grow hundreds of edible plants
And pollinator plants.
We hunt for bugs and fish.
We collect seeds.
We raise mealworms
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