Mr. Groceries

Our Araucana rooster’s crow is the closest to the traditional cock-a-doodle-doo of any rooster we have ever had. Now that he is old enough to crow he does it all day, starting at around 5 a.m.

We are starting to get eggs again now — we get our hens to lay in the winter by using a light on a timer in their coop to make sure they get 16 hours of light a day, though the cold weather does slow them down a little.

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