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chook [chook, chook] –noun 1. Australian . a hen. 2. Slang . a woman. –interjection 3. (used as a call for poultry or pigs.) Also, chook·ie [chook-ee, choo-kee] Origin: 1885–90; compare British dialect chuck, chook call to poultry. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/chook
It’s been a week since we picked up and installed the bees. I look at them every day. Sometimes I go out early when it’s still cold (no bee suit required) and lift up the feeder pails to make sure … Continue reading
If you know me at all, you know I like to do things differently, and I like to do my research before diving into a project. As I began to research chicken feed, I realized that organic, non-medicated chick starter … Continue reading
The Open Source Ecology project (OSE) has ambitious goals of creating a Global Village Construction Set which is 50 different machines that it takes to create a small civilization with modern day comforts. However it is already a terrific resource … Continue reading