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Location: Titirangi, Auckland, New Zealand
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Latest Activity: Jul 13, 2015

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Oooobees 7 Replies

Started by Matthew. Last reply by Kirsten Jan 22, 2014.

Young Sussex/Orpington Rooster to give away.

Started by Nichola Turenhout Jul 4, 2013.

Layer Mash 10kg bag offer 2 Replies

Started by Brian Adam. Last reply by Brian Adam Jun 23, 2012.

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Comment by Brooke Walker on February 20, 2009 at 12:25pm
Does anyone know how to grow mushrooms? There must be an easy system. I've heard about growing mushrooms in a cardboard box. Or buying a log that already has spores on it.
Comment by Richard on February 17, 2009 at 8:14am
Thanks Lynn,

We are trying to get a Manorca rooster through Trade me. Manorca don't really crow, they just kind of "Hurrumph"! just thought II'd try the locals for eggs seeing wev'e got a nest sitter now.

As for pet factor. Its a difficult one especially when some of those cute little balls of fluff are very likely to be boys! As Bill Mollison said in my permaculture course. If youv'e got both genders pets very quickly become pests.

We are not vegetarian so we try and breed for the table. I have the same take as Hugh from "River Cottage". I would rather know that the animal has had a good quality of life and do the business myself than buy from the supermarket.

For me there is also an element of keeping skills alive in a community as well. My wifes grandfather tells stories of how nearly everyone in his street "bred for the table" when he was a boy. I'm sure that is a rarity on most streets these days.

Apolgies to the vegetarians out there.

Comment by Richard on February 16, 2009 at 7:39pm
Anybody got a rooster?

We've got a broody and would really like some fertlised eggs.

Comment by Gina Scherer on February 16, 2009 at 10:55am
Passion fruit sounds fantastic, but I might leave that to you Lynn.
Hi all, I am the other household with 16 of the 35 chickens.
We just got ours last week as 18 week old pullets and they are now laying about 12 eggs a day.On top of that they are weeding, debugging and fertilising experts.
Comment by Jenny Freewalker on February 16, 2009 at 10:55am
About 6 eggs
Comment by Jenny Freewalker on February 16, 2009 at 10:42am
Hi I would be interested in trading vegies for eggs. I am also looking at getting a couple of hens. At the moment I have really only got tomatoes and passionfruit to trade as I planted an early garden but I may have other things. I'm in Astley Ave.
Comment by Brooke Walker on February 16, 2009 at 9:55am
Hello. I was an organic market gardener in the USA. Now I am working as a Community Gardens Facilitator at EcoMatters Environment Trust (New Lynn). Please contact me if you have any questions. I am here to help garden groups and community gardens. I am also here as a member too so I am interested in shring food and garden tips. Cheers!
Comment by Jenny Freewalker on February 16, 2009 at 7:41am
Hi I have just found this site and like the concept of being in contact with other local gardeners and sharing knowledge and ideas. I belong to a couple of other gardening groups have been wanting to contact other local gardeners who are inetested in sharing. cheers,
Comment by NEIL ALLPORT on February 6, 2009 at 12:06pm
Hi what a great idea just joined ,have room in my glass house if any one wants to raise seedlings etc it has water supply inside so makes work easier
Comment by Richard on December 27, 2008 at 10:51am

We are new to the area., moved in last week. We are keen gardeners and permaculturist. Luckily we inhereted the previous occupants vege garden but are madly planning our new permaculture garden.

Great to see you on this site.


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