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July 31st, 2012

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Eco-heater NA400S Wall-Mounted Ceramic Convection Heater


Eco-heater NA400S Wall-Mounted Ceramic Convection Heater


$107.14


Wall Mount Whole Room Electric Space Heater. Follow safety guidelines. Do not use in wet locations or where heater or power cord could fall into water. Do not use with extension cord, do not cover or obstruct the heater, wall mount only. Tools are required to mount to wall….

Portable Folding Chicken-coop Patent Print Art Poster Black Grid (8.5 x 11)


Portable Folding Chicken-coop Patent Print Art Poster Black Grid (8.5 x 11)


$10.95


This is a reproduction of the original Patent for a Portable Folding Chicken-coop Patent Print.It was invented by Rudolph H. Wakeman and filed on June 12, 1912. It was issued on December 15, 1914 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office….

Portable Folding Chicken-coop Patent Print Art Poster Midnight Blue with Border (18 x 24)


Portable Folding Chicken-coop Patent Print Art Poster Midnight Blue with Border (18 x 24)


$29.95


This is a reproduction of the original Patent for a Portable Folding Chicken-coop Patent Print.It was invented by Rudolph H. Wakeman and filed on June 12, 1912. It was issued on December 15, 1914 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office….

Chicken Coops: 45 Building Ideas for Housing Your Flock


Chicken Coops: 45 Building Ideas for Housing Your Flock


$5.65


Build the Perfect Housing to Fit Your Flock Bring your chickens home to roost in comfort and style! Whether you’re keeping one hen in a small backyard or 1,000 birds in a large free-range pasture, this delightful collection of hen hideaways will spark your imagination and inspire you to begin building. Author and farmer Judy Pangman combed the country to select these 45 coops for housing both la…

The Juggling Pug


The Juggling Pug


$6.12


A town becomes instantly famous when one special pug begins to juggle. But the pug is also mischievous, messy, and quite naughty. He digs holes in the yard, drinks all the soda in the fridge, and even poops on the rug! This continues until, finally, a little girl has had enough. It’s only when the town calls a meeting to deal with this new nuisance that the pug must learn to control his behavior…

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