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My Story

Ever since I was young, I had wanted chickens. My father was a military policeman, so we moved all over Canada and lived in townhouses, so keeping chickens was not a feasible option. When I turned 10 in 2014, my father retired after 26 years of service, and we bought a small hobby farm outside of Stittsville. In July of 2014, I ordered my first 11 chicks. Those 11 chicks started my love for raising chickens, and those 11 chicks have turned into a flock of 100 birds.

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Lily the Livestock Guardian

In the spring of 2017, various predators including foxes and hawks almost wiped out my entire chicken flock. I couldn't pen them up, as the chickens would not be free range, so I had to find another solution. That solution is Lily, a Great Pyrenees and Maremma mix.

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Other Products

I also offer handmade pens and Graham's Great Honey, which is honey produced by my brother's bees. Click the button below to learn more.

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Free Range

The chickens have all this and more space to roam around in.

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Interacting with Chickens

During the summer months, I sit outside with my chickens and play an instrument on that bench. That instrument can be an accordion, a harmonica, a guitar, banjo, mandolin, violin or merlin.

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Socialized Chickens

I have handled and socialized my chickens since day one, so that the chickens are friendly with anyone new who comes.

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Well cared for Chickens

My chickens are given freedom to roam, and that is reflected in the eggs. I care for them in any way I can, there are no days off for me. They are fed unaltered grain (they eat mostly grass from the field anyway) and are given clean water.