Raising chickens for eggs in your backyard is very doable.
Not to mention, it’s rewarding. And if you have children, then raising chickens
for eggs will help create a connection with their food. Here are a few tips to help you get started.1. Start small. Three
chickens are a good number to start with.2. Get laying chickens.
Chickens typically start laying eggs when they are around 1...
Checkout the article from Dirt Magazine called Faith in Farming. It featured farmers from three faiths- Islam, Christianity and Judaism. Alhamdilah, Halal Pastures represented the Muslim family farm and we discuss how Islam informs our farming practices. One Ayah sums it up for us:"And have you seen that [seed] which you sow? Is it you who makes it grow, or are We the grower?” Surah 56:63-64I...
Do you make separate meals- one for your family and one for
your baby? I have learned that you don’t need to do that. As a mom to 3 young
children, I make healthy food that everyone can eat. My baby, Salahudeen, is 10
months old and he has been eating what our family eats since he was 6 months
old Alhamdilah. I just puree about 1 cup of food from what lunch or dinner I cook.
Here are a couple...