what not to feed chickens

What NOT to Feed Chickens

7 Things You Shouldn’t Feed Your Chickens Avocadoes Chocolate Citrus Green Potato Skins Dry Beans Junk Food Moldy or Rotten Food

How to Train Chickens to Come When Called (and Why You Should)

How to Train Chickens to Come When Called -

my chickens come when called :) Learn how to train chickens to come when called, so you can get them to safety whenever you want. Train multiple flocks, each to a different call.

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How to Make Chicken Poop Into Fertilizer for Your Garden

Chickens get up early, poop a lot and waste a ton of food - all of which are problems for lazy chicken farmers, like ourselves. Over the two years we have owned our chickens, I have devised a few ...

Lazy Chicken Farmer 101 Chickens get up early, poop a lot and waste a ton of food - all of which are problems for lazy chicken farmers, like ourselves. Over the two years we have owned our chickens, I have devised a few .

A few simple modifications to the chicken coop make it faster to clean and keep the coop cleaner in between dee cleanings.

5 Tips for a Cleaner Coop with Less Effort

For my Someday Chickens: keep the coops cleaner in between deep cleanings by employing these five elements: droppings boards, removable roosts, a dedicated coop duster, sand and apple cider vinegar.

Get cooped up chickens fresh grass by building a protective frame. They eat the tops, but can't scratch up the whole deal.

Give rabbits fresh grass by building a protective frame. They eat the tops, but can't scratch up the whole deal. or dig out!

It's getting chilly outside. But that doesn't have to mean frozen combs and wattles, painful toes, and unhappy hens. Keeping chickens happy through the winter just takes a little bit of extra attention.

How to Keep Your Hens Laying All Winter Long

It's getting chilly outside. But that doesn't have to mean frozen combs and wattles, painful toes, and unhappy hens. Keeping chickens happy through the winter just takes a little bit of extra attentio (Chicken Backyard Tips)

Five Easy Ways to Keep your Chickens' Water from Freezing this Winter

How to Keep Your Water from Freezing in the Winter? Set your waterer in the sun in the winter and add a few ping pong balls. Ping pong balls floated on the surface of a water tub will create just enough movement to prevent the tub from freezing.

DIY grazing boxes make for happy hens.  They're a great way to save on the cost of raising backyard chickens (and other poultry), too!

Save Money on Chicken Feed - Build these Grazing Boxes for Your Flock!

DIY grazing boxes make for happy hens. They're a great way to save on the cost of raising backyard chickens (and other poultry), too! ~~I'd make narrower boxes with pallet scraps.


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