Tom Casey
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Great idea for the outdoor living room

DIY - Create a Couch From Wooden Pallets - love this idea for outdoor patio furniture, or it could be alternative bedroom decor that transforms from a couch to a bed

DIY Cinder block bench

awesome Diy: Outdoor Bench From Concrete Blocks & Wooden Slats A colored outdoor bench for your garden or your terrace made out of concrete blocks and wooden slats. The concrete blocks are joined together with a s.

Silkie chickens are supposed to be great for first time backyard homesteaders. They are docile, not as noisy as regular chickens are good egg producers.

I want some silkys to add to my chickens. :) silkie chickens so cute and soft. Saw and petted one at Stockyard days. I want some.

Royal Palm tom turkey

Royal Palm Turkey raised from a chick bought at Murray McMurray Hatchery.

heritage breed Royal Palm turkey- I think I'd want these just cause they're beautiful (but do they taste good...)

Royal Palm Heirloom Turkey This year purchase an heirloom turkey and help preserve the many historic turkey breeds in the U. Heirloom turkeys are slow growing to be strong and healthy, raised outdoors, naturally bred and drug-free.

White Holland Heritage Turkey photographed by Frank Reese, Good Shepherd Poultry Ranch. Photo courtesy of American Livestock Breeds Conservancy.

White Holland Heritage Turkey photographed by Frank Reese, Good Shepherd Poultry Ranch. Photo courtesy of American Livestock Breeds Conservancy.

Keepign the chicken waterer clean. Position rocks and pebbles around it—no way any chicken can kick up dirt from stone! Anything a chicken-owner can do to keep a coop clean is a good thing. It keeps both hens and humans healthy.

A cleaner chicken coop. a shallow plastic bin like you would use to slide under a bed for storage. I covered the top of the bin with an open mesh wire to keep the hens from scratching in it. The bin collects the droppings as the birds sit on their roost all night, Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/sustainable-farming/chicken-coop-zm0z12jjzhun.aspx#ixzz2BTyCVNkx

A cleaner chicken coop. a shallow plastic bin, like you would use to slide under a bed, cover the top of the bin with an open mesh wire to keep the hens from scratching. The bin collects the droppings as the birds sit on their roost.