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When To “Worm” Baby Goats

When new baby goats finally make their grand arrival into the world, they are so unbelievably cute that it’s hard to think straight. But once you finally realize the new responsibility, you’ll understand there are many things to worry about. You’d be worried about the baby goats’ health first, of course. And it’s inevitable that […]

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Complete Guide on Dairy Goat Breeds

Dairy goat breeds range in size from miniature to standard size milk produces weighing in at well over 100 pounds. Today we are going to walk through what we think are the best breeds of dairy goats one by one and let you decide which fits your needs! Let’s dive in! History of Dairy Goat […]

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Do Chickens Sleep Standing Up?

It’s a common misconception that chickens sleep standing up, but this is hardly the truth. So how do chickens sleep? And how can you accommodate that as an owner? We cover everything you need to know and more, so let’s get into it! How Do Chickens Sleep? Do Chickens Sleep Standing Up?  Chickens prefer to […]

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How To Make A DIY No Waste Chicken Feeder

While chickens can scratch the ground and eat scattered feeds, they will waste some (or a lot) of feed. Some feed will get stomped into dust, dirt, or mud. While some will be contaminated with manure, and the chickens will let it mold and rot away. For small flocks, the loss is minimal; for medium […]

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7 Best Chicken Coop Roof Ideas: Options and Roofing Materials

Building a chicken coop may seem so simple at first. You already have an idea of what it will look like; now it’s just a matter of putting it together. But, if you’re anything like me, getting to the part where you put that chicken coop roof together can feel like a massive project. Especially […]

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11 Best Duck Breeds for Eggs

So you’ve stumbled into the wonderful world of raising ducks for egg production, but you aren’t sure which breeds would be most suitable for you. Well then, I will show you the 11 best duck breeds for eggs of all sizes and in various colors. Whether you’re chasing a lot of eggs or want to […]

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Can Chickens Eat Bananas?

One good and no-fail snack we usually enjoy is bananas, but have you stopped and wondered if chickens eat bananas, too? If you’re looking for an additional go-to treat for your flock, let me answer you fair and straight: YES, chickens can eat bananas! But, as usual, there are a lot of important factors you […]

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How To Help a Goat With a Snotty Nose

A goat with a snotty nose foreshadows almost every oncoming ailment in them. Knowing that sickness or respiratory infections are taking hold allows you to take action quickly to stop them from progressing or becoming deadly. Here are signs to look for, what may be causing the snotty nose, and how to treat runny noses […]

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Duck Housing And Duck Coops

Duck housing, coops, and runs often resemble chicken coops or rabbit hutches without stilt-style legs. While ducks can often live harmoniously with chickens in the same coop and run (in my personal experience), some keeps prefer to create a duck house – coop and run designed specifically to house only the water-loving poultry birds. A […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Own Chicken Feed

Whether you are looking to cut down on feed expenses, give your chickens more of what they need, or looking into sustainable practices for prepping, making your own chicken feed can be a smart practice to possess. In this ultimate guide to making your own chicken feed, you will learn everything you need to know […]

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