Tag: chicken nesting
Do eggs go bad? Yes, they do! With these three egg freshness tests, you can make sure your eggs are OK to eat.
Backyard Poultry Contributor
Learn how to prevent northern fowl mites and red mites on chickens and other poultry. If you do have an infestation, here are treatment ideas for your flock
The beneficial properties of herbs are not limited to humans. Every backyard chicken owner can promote their hens’ health and happiness through the use of fresh and dried herbs.
You can use sturdy branches, ladders or boards for your chicken roosting bars. If you use boards, check for splinters and sand if necessary.
One of my favorite culinary herbs to grow is the creeping, aromatic thyme plant which not only flavors cooking but also helps repel insects in the garden.
Rhonda Crank from The Farmer’s Lamp weighs in on what a chicken coop needs to keep hens happy and healthy. Share this list with any first-timers you may know.
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