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June 28, 2008


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You might look into building a chicken tractor (basically a portable coop) so you can move your chickens around periodically and just let their poop become fertilizer for the grass. You have to have some open land for it to work, but it looks like you do. Good luck!

Karen R

I met you with my husband at Children's as we were getting on the elevator and commented on the recycled bag you had. Sorry to hear about Nick. he will certainly be in our prayers!!!! My daughter has spent plenty of time there so he is in great hands:).

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