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The Easiest Way to Catch a Chicken

catch a chicken

Catch a chicken, sounds simple, doesn’t it? IT WAS SIMPLE when I first started with chickens and had a handful of ladies. They all knew and trusted me – so I could easily scoop them up and do whatever was needed. When I was done, I would plop them down and give them a treat […]

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Raising Chickens in the City

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As people become more invested in their health and more concerned about where their food comes from, there is more demand for backyard chickens. Factory farmed eggs are cheap, but they lack the flavor, color, and nutrients of pastured or backyard-raised ones! If you want to raise hens in a compassionate way for eggs that […]

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Poultry Waterer: Which Is Best For Your Flock?

5 Best Chicken Waterer

Chicken waterers are an essential part of your equipment for flock care. You can find them in farm stores and online – but so many choices, which do you choose? We are here to help you decide which will be the best type for your flock and your circumstances. You have gravity waterers, nipples waterers, […]

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What Is Chicken Wire: When to Use It for Your DIY Chicken Coop and Alternatives

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Chicken wire was actually invented back in 1844 by an English ironmonger called Charles Barnard. He lived in the town of Norwich which was a cloth weaving town. He took the basic principles from the cloth loom and applied it to wire and created a simple, cheap and easy way to keep small animals and […]

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Top 5 Best Baby Chick Feeder Options: A Comprehensive Buying Guide

Best baby chick feeder

Are you searching for a baby chick feeder to help you save feeds and keep your young ones away from feed contamination? There are myriads of feeder options online. But if you need a guide that’ll help you pick the most ergonomic and economical feeder, you came to the right place! Today, we’ll reveal the […]

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Flocks Guardian: Guard Animals to Protect Chickens

It can be difficult to protect your chickens from everything, but when it comes to predators there are a few options out there! The easiest and most effective way is to keep your birds housed in a secure run and coop. If predators can’t get in then they can’t kill your birds. However, if you […]

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Raising Chicks in the Winter

raising chicks in the winter

Whether you want to get a jump start on raising chickens for the year, or maybe one of your hens decided to go broody right when the weather turned cold, you might have a lot of questions on how in the world you can raise little chicks in the winter! They can be pretty fragile, […]

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Are Quails a Good Addition To Your Chickens?

raising quail and chicken together

According to the U.S Department of Agriculture, people raising poultry increased by 40%. Most homesteads raised chickens but later added quails to the flock. If you already have a community of chickens, are quails an excellent addition to your chickens? This article will learn how to keep chicken and quail together. While a few homesteads […]

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Automatic Chicken Coop Door: What to Know Before Buying

happydoor Automatic coop door

An automated door – every chicken keeper’s dream! You can rest in bed and not have to worry about getting up at the crack of dawn to let the girls out. You can go away for the evening, knowing they will be safely locked in while you are away. In addition to a stress-free life, […]

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Backyard Chickens and Bird Flu

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In recent days, the U.S. Department of Agriculture had identified instances of deadly bird flu in U.S. flocks, putting the poultry industry on high alert. At the same time, an outbreak was also confirmed in a backyard flock of birds in Fauquier County, Va. In December of 2014, the bird flu (also known as Avian […]

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