Tag: baby chickens
Backyard Poultry Contributor
First Place: The Hen’s Bed and Breakfast
Lyndia Decker, Arkansas
This is the hand-built log cabin we call “The Hen’s Bed and Breakfast.” We notched each log and built this cabin, log
The ideal temperature for chicks, seven days old or younger, is 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Week two is 90, week three is 85. Each week declines by five degrees until chicks
Maat Van Uitert
Raising quail is easy, and since they are less than half the size of chickens, they do not take much space, time or resources.
Quality nutrition is the bedrock of your bird’s health, longevity, and performance. Just like you and me, if a chicken is fed junk it will live a shorter life, have
If you’re considering adding ducks to your backyard chicken flock, you might be wondering What do ducks eat? You’ll be glad to hear the answer.
Even if you know how to raise baby chicks, sometimes things happen. In May of 2015, five chicks hatched without problems. Then Mumble emerged with no eyes.
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