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    Knoxville News Sentinel artist Don Wood created this design for our Food & Home front today about the variety of colored eggs produced by different breeds of chickens. Wood drew each chicken by hand.

    I like how this duck pen is up off the ground. It means less mud and mess. Though if it were me I'd see about sealing that wood to protect it from poop and water.

    treadle chicken feeder (opens when chicken steps on platform, then closes to protect food from predators), damn mice

    Treadle feeders cannot be opened by rats and mice, keeping feed secure and sending the rodents in search of food elsewhere.

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