THIS STORY IS FROM OUR ARCHIVESSusan is the founder and organiser of Little Hill Animal Rescue and Sanctuary.
Hens in my garden: a daily highlight of my life I’m lucky enough to have a back garden with enough space for a fenced in area which we use to keep poultry: a couple of Indian Runner ducks, a few ..
Veronica has always liked hens; her mother used to keep them in the family’s back garden in North Dublin, back in the 1950’s, and Veronica’s late husband, Chris, used to keep hens in their own b ..
Susan is the founder and organiser of LittleHill Animal Rescue and Sanctuary.
Andrew has six backyard hens: they're shut up in a henhouse at night-time, to protect them from the local fox. When he opens the door in the morning, the hens are always eager to get out and about.
Ruth grew up on a farm near Clondalkin, in the County Dublin of the 1940’s, when life was very different.
When I visited Steve recently during a trip to the UK, he had a few questions about his new livestock.
The dedication of some individuals to animals in trouble is remarkable, and the story of Bonnie (pictured above with volunteer Mel) is one that's worth telling.
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Hen-keeping is more popular than ever, and that it can be fun, as well as a good way of getting a regular supply of great eggs.