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I sell my surplus £1 per half dozen to a few of my neighbours. My two grandsons love delivering them (wife watches thier ok from front garden gate) and they often get a tip of a lollypop or a few sweets from their customers.
If you hold back planting out while the soil is in a drier state I,m sure your rhubarb will thrive. When I took my allotment on I had some rhubarb that wasnt doing so well as it was old and not very vigarous. On the advise off one of the old boys I dug the crowns up and just left them on top of the ...
I feed layer pellets adlib and very seldom give treats, although I have recently been feeding a small amount of mixed corn late afternoon to help keep them warm at night.
Started off with 7 hatched another 4 from eggs, rehomed a cockeral two days ago so now have 10. but maybe looking to add som banties this year.
I plant Desiree as my main crop potatoes mainly because it has a thick skin which helps deter slugs (although some years you wouldnt think so )
Whoops just had to edit due to me forgetting my manners Welome to the lane
I used to be secretary on our site upto a year ago, and in my experience some folk just like causin mischeif because it gives em a kick. I recon Dennis will have a happy outcome and your freind (R.I.P.) will have his wish honoured.
And I was there to watch it. A chant that has appeared in the last few weeks aimed at the visiting side is "You,ve only come for the culture" which was quite funny the first time we sung it
They managed 5 eggs (one of them a huge egg)this morning from 7 hens. Feed just layers pellets with the odd green treat every few days. Oyster shell available 24/7. Yesterday they managed 6 eggs
Cheers Spreckly I,m sure it will, it just seems all a bit unneccesary thats all, now that the council are happy the cockerels have gone. BTW I,m still waiting for the E-mail from the council.
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