In the N. Hemisphere, much of the gardening is on hold. Ground is starting to freeze. No new fruits or vegetables.
But the henhouse remains active. The 'fruits' of the chicken - eggs - continue to be harvested (if you have a light bulb in the henhouse).
here is today's photoshoot of city chickens. If I get a chance, I'll take some new photos of our hens.
Chickens are hilarious. I love watching them strut around, chase one another, fight over food, and just act like chickens.
I think our chicken house light bulb is fluorescent. I'll change to incandescent for more heat production, tonight. Also add some more straw. It's getting cold.
(Note, this is an older post. The link above no longer works. I'll add a pick from my henhouse now)
RHode Island Red Lady - She's laid an egg every day since starting last October.
Leghorn Lady. She's laid a big egg, every day since she started in August. Probably about 150 eggs so far.
Australorp lady. She lays 6 to 7 days a week, sometimes misses a day.