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Whoever said a chicken isn’t a pet has never raised one. Regardless, pets of any kind can expand your family’s life outside. Here we’d like to offer inspiration and insight into raising animals and to share design ideas to incorporate your pet’s needs into your lifestyle and landscape.

RYG Chicken eBook - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com "Let's Talk Chicken: What one family discovered about raising backyard chickens"

Well, you may not be as excited as Navin R. Johnson* was to receive the new phonebook…or even excited at all to hear that our new Chicken eBook is here. But since we’ve been sharing our chicken stories here on RYGblog we’ve had a number of folks ask us to pull our posts together and share […]

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Beekeeping 101 - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

I met Micah a little over 2 years ago now…when we were just starting out on our RYG journey. Micah was part of the awesome team at Proof Branding that helped us come up with the RYG brand and develop our website and blog. And since then Micah, has become both a friend and a fellow […]

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Nesting Box Retro-Fit - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

Ever since we’ve been raising chickens, we’ve been accumulating chicken-themed stuff…ties, books, towels, objects, etc.  Some of the chicken-stuff we’ve bought ourselves, but some we’ve received as gifts. And not that we’re turning all cat-lady on you…in a chicken-kind-of-way, but I guess you could say, chickens is something we’re becoming known for…in our otherwise suburban-looking-lives. Anyway, one […]

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Video Introducing Our Backyard Chickens - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

If you’ve been on RYGblog more than once you’ve probably gathered that we are the proud owners of a small flock of backyard chickens …7 of them. And although we do love them because of the eggs they give us every day, we also love them because we consider them pets…part of our family. Now…I’ve written […]

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Finally!  My last post on the design of our chicken coop.  Below you’ll find a description and rendering of the final 3 elevations – right, left, and rear.  Part 1 provided a schematic of the area where our coop/hutch sits, as well as a floor plan.  Part 2 provided a description and rendering of the […]

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