Hedging your eggs

We decided to cover all possibilities and split the duck eggs. Half have gone in the incubator and…

June was lifted off her two holding eggs

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to guzzle on corn, which presumably she would not bother with unless directed

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while we arrange her nest with six duck eggs

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Duck eggs take 28 days compared with 21 for hen’s – plus she has already been broody for a few days – it will be interesting to see if stays the course.

Pig areas are all marked out ready for fencing to go up

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We would be interested if anyone can identify this

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very pretty but found inside the house – is it devouring all the woodwork?

The reincarnated Guinea pigs are becoming bolder

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