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"Here at AS until tomorrow when I fly back to Brissie at 12.30ish. Will miss the plac…"

Lissa replied Jul 22, 2017 to My secret chicken shame

7 Jul 22, 2017
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

"Turns out the big non-layer Elsie is the Isa Brown and the other two are Hylines. Go…"

Lissa replied Jul 22, 2017 to My secret chicken shame

7 Jul 22, 2017
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

"I have had the pleasure of living close to some chooks this week - my daughters two…"

Lissa replied Jul 22, 2017 to My secret chicken shame

7 Jul 22, 2017
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

"Hope you find a good home for your little rooster Darren."

Lissa replied Mar 28, 2017 to Swapping a rooster for a hen

1 Mar 28, 2017
Reply by Lissa

"I know nothing about curing this sort of behavior but Andy's advice seems very sensi…"

Lissa replied Jan 4, 2017 to Chookie advice required

6 Jan 4, 2017
Reply by Cathie MacLean

"What a sad little story :( Sitting here crying. When a beloved pet gets sick the vet…"

Lissa replied Feb 11, 2016 to Help to get to Chookie-Heaven

11 Feb 11, 2016
Reply by Lissa

"Hi Ruth. I have sent you a message with instructions for adding photos to your posts…"

Lissa replied Sep 11, 2015 to chook feeder

13 Sep 13, 2015
Reply by Susanne

"Tada!"

Lissa replied Jun 15, 2015 to White stuff on Wattles

10 Jun 15, 2015
Reply by Jo Behlau

"I don't have chooks myself. Hopefully your post will get the attention of the people…"

Lissa replied Jun 15, 2015 to White stuff on Wattles

10 Jun 15, 2015
Reply by Jo Behlau

"Well done! Hopefully someone will be able to advise. Is it causing the chook any dis…"

Lissa replied Jun 15, 2015 to White stuff on Wattles

10 Jun 15, 2015
Reply by Jo Behlau

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GrowVetiver

Vetiver grass helps to stabilise soil and protects it against erosion.  It can protect against pests and weeds. Vetiver is also used as animal feed. (Wiki.)

GrowVetiver is a plant nursery run by Dave & Keir Riley that harvests and grows Vetiver grass for local community applications and use. It is based in Beachmere, just north of Brisbane, Australia.


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