De-Bugging

De-bugging is what you do to a computer program .

 

De-bugging chicken style is what you do to your garden before you plant in the spring.

chickens in the west garden

chickens in the west garden April 2nd 2013

chickens in the west garden April 5th 2013

chickens in the west garden April 5th 2013

They sure did dig up a lot of earthworms.  I hope they left some and got all of the cutworms.

Ed

 

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2 comments
    • Yes they are. When they see me with a spading fork they follow and are right on top of the soil or compost pile when I start to turn it over. So they slow me down a bit, I have to be careful not to smack them with the fork. But the entertainment and company is well worth the slower work conditions.
      Ed

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