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May 29, 2019

I got a question in about ducks and it was involved enough that I thought it would make a great Wednesday topic. And indeed, I find it easier to brood ducks on the summer than the early spring, so today we will go through a bunch of stuff, from brooding, to caring for, to why you might want ducks or chickens or chicken over ducks.

#HollerHatWednesday: Where is she and who is she with?

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Stump the Sauce

  • What to do with 12 dozen eggs - decide if you really want to eat that many eggs (8 week plan)
    Scramble and freeze in 2 egg sets

Tales from the Booze Whisperer

  • Variation on  Julep by Derek

What's Up in the Garden

  • No rain - have had to water starter plants some more
  • Tossing leftover sweet potato slips in a place where I always fight weeds to see what happens - and starting some organo there (need drip irrigation for that)
  • Frankentomato should ripen soon
  • Lots of volunteer tomatoes in one bed  
  • Keep thinking it is the last salad, and getting another salad ($.75 salad)
  • Squash blooms
  • Malabar spinach is finally up!

Main Topic: Introduction to Ducks

Brooding, feeding, water, diseases, training and more!

Make it a Great Week!

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