Warm enough in Fairbanks on January 11 that the chickens are out and dusting.
Now that is warm!
About Mara Bacsujlaky
As a 4-H agent with the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service, I offer workshops and information about raising and keeping small backyard flocks in Alaska. These services are designed for the hobbyist that keeps primarily laying chickens for home use of eggs and, secondarily, meat.
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