Chicken Superhero Cape (Hen Saddle) UPDATE and Q&A

We answer some of YOUR questions about our last video such as why we keep a rooster, our philosophy on raising chickens, why hen saddles, and more.

Louise’s Country Closet Hen Saddles:
Hen Saddles on Amazon:
Our Chickens Got Superhero Capes:
Our Chicken Playlist:


  1. Great video, you can explain everything so well, there can’t be any further questions from here, in my opinion. You do a fine job.

  2. Kudos to you, Jamie, on sharing the entire process with the hen saddles. As in your previous videos, you are to be applauded on your openness and honesty with your followers. There will always be those who nit pick and criticize, but you did a great job on the original video and – at least in my opinion – DID do your job in explaining the process.

    Off topic, I was glad to see you finally went with the Berkey system for your water. I had mentioned it previously, but you were concerned with the cost and believe me, I understand. We’re the folks who purchased units for ourselves and our four daughters’ families – at a huge sacrifice, but we just felt that was an important decision to help them now with the cleanest water possible for them and our grandkids, but also to have them in a good position in case SHTF, power grid goes down, etc. Off grid I would think it an absolute must, which was what I was trying to convey in my earlier suggestion as you continued on your venture to self sufficiency.

    Blessings to you.

    • Jaime

      January 2, 2018 at 1:10 pm

      It is challenging to justify the cost of a Berkey when it is strictly for a SHTF situation (such as when I mentioned them before we went off grid). Before we had a clean well to drink from. But now that we are off grid and drinking from a spring, the water NEEDS to be filtered for our own safety. I can justify the cost now ;0)

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