We installed two french drains to help with some minor runoff/drainage issues around our house and in the chicken yard and they work beautifully.
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- Cheryl Aker
My husband and I bought our piece of land at the end of 2011, moved on to it in April 2012 and we have never looked back. In fact, we love being in our pasture so much, we have decided that we suffer from Pasture Deficit Disorder anytime we are away from it! We have dogs and cats and our first farm animals were chickens and ducks. We recently added our first cows - Texas Longhorns, of course. We are learning to do as much for our ourselves as we can and raise as much of our own food as we can. That also means learning to preserve food. It's an amazing, rewarding lifestyle, a lot of hard work, and now that we are here, we could not live any other way.
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