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
As beginning poultry owners, we wanted the easiest option and our research kept suggested we start keeping ducks. Ducks are less prone to disease, more weather-hardy and easy(ish) to herd.
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.
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There are many reasons raising turkey poults is rewarding — not the least of which is keeping turkeys to have a few pets. Turkeys are very social and inquisitive. They
You’ve researched your city rules and set-up your brooder. Now it’s time for the fun part: buying baby chicks! When visiting a feed store or ordering baby chicks from a
When considering quail breeds to raise; size, egg production, and temperament should lead your decision making. Some species may be kept in coveys, perfect for larger scale productions. Others do
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