There has been a lot of interest in hog panels and horse panels so we are putting together an order. Pre-order prices are below. This will come in to our store at 6256 3rd Ave NW 98107, delivery is also available. Galvanized Hog Panels (4”x4″ Squares) 4’x16′ sheet $59, 5’x16′ sheet $90 Galvanized Horse Panels … Continue reading
We have flower bouquets from Foothill Farms for sale till 3pm today and tomorrow from 10-4. The corner of 3rd and 65th in Ballard/Phinney Ridge – 6256 3rd Ave NW
The Saltbox Store is located at 6256 3rd Ave NW in Seattle’s Phinney Ridge neighborhood. We are open Sunday and Monday 11-4 and by appointment. Stock Items include: Full line of Saltbox Designs Chicken Coops Feed and sundries from Portage Bay Grange Feeders, Founts, Non-Toxic Garden Hoses, Obelisks, Worm Bins, Lumber, Mesh, Hardware, etc.
We now have 28″ wreaths for $20, festive door swags for $12 and 25-foot Cedar Garlands for $24. Add a red bow for $3. Come by our display yard (6256 3rd Ave NW in Ballard) on Sundays from 11-4, or call Berg at 909-2427 to come purchase at our home shop any other time. ….Happy Holidays from Saltbox Designs….
Thanks Jason Price for the mention this funny and informative article for prospective chickeners
Locavore: Chic coops for urban farmers
We now have a display yard located at 6256 3rd Ave NW 98107 in Ballard. Open Sunday 11-4 and by appointment (or you can just stop by and look through the fence anytime). There are some good deals on “demo” and “scratch and dent” coops, as well as wares like feeders, straw, T-Shirts and our Non-Toxic Garden … Continue reading
Saltbox is now offering Oregon made, super high-quality garden hoses, on our online store. These high quality hoses are made with 100% Lead Free Polyurethane and are 100% Phthalate Free; 100% BPA Free; 100% PVC Free. (To learn more about toxins in garden hose click here). Shipping is free with the purchase of a coop, also … Continue reading
This was a very interesting coop built to Scott James‘ design last fall on his mini-farm. The coop was built on a steep slope with a door at the top end to “input” litter. The chickens’ activity slowly works the litter down, mixing it with their manure until it rest against a “tailgate” at the bottom end … Continue reading