"I agree with Aedan. Our chickens love the free ranging. On irrigated lots the grass roots are typically pretty deep and would take a LOTof chickens before they could mess up the grass. Just make sure they have a dry area they can retreat to."
"I've looked on craigslist and see plenty of them. We just bought 11- 5 from craigslist (4 from same flock and same breed roo) and 6 from a neighbor who just moved into a new house and didn't have time to deal with chickens yet.
"We tried a great Martha Stewart recipe a while ago: it's a radish-mango salad.. not sure if it's exactly what you're looking for- but it has a great contrast of flavors that really taste great together.
"oooh.. that looks good. Things were busy early this year and we got a late start on Armenian Cukes and our family is missing them SO much. Hopefully our vines will start producing like crazy in the next few weeks.
I'll have to file that away for a…"
"I'm out on Lindsay/Southern right on the boarder of Mesa. I may be somewhat interested in some kind of co-op, however it would DEFINITELy depend on how well that would be able to fit into our schedules and exactly where it's located. I'm hoping…"
Wondering if you could try to "notice" something for us all. When i looked at the description it said that it requires warm, sunny weather for the fruit to ripen. It's also said "small, quite luscious, which implies they should be sweet.
"I have the Persian and Keffir lime. Both are new transplants (within the last year). I haven't grafted yet. So, I don't know what to cut for you. You're more than welcome to come take cuttings. I'm near Signal Butte and Warner."
Oops... was supposed to post that last question under discussion, not the comments. :) I saw a few weeks ago a post about the East Valley Gardening Club having a sale and having Moringa seeds available. I had wanted to attend, but things came up…
"Buy yourself some poultry nipples. They work GREAT. I popped these under a gallon bucket, and put that bucket up on some blocks so the chickens can peck up at it.
The water stays perfectly clean, the chickens get good clean water whenever they…"