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From cow farming to chicken keeping, the peace of mind and satisfaction you gain from raising your own animals can’t be matched.
Approximately one cubic foot of manure is produced by each chicken in approximately six months. Multiply that by the six chickens in an average backyard chickens and you have a
The best manure for gardens is properly composted manure. It’s often called black gold, especially when it contains cow manure.
You can use sturdy branches, ladders or boards for your chicken roosting bars. If you use boards, check for splinters and sand if necessary.
Contemporary design meets backyard chicken rearing! Wolpe and McElroy give you 14 complete (and utterly innovative) building plans — ranging from the purely functional to the designer chicken coops of
With these best practices, you can begin composting chicken manure and waste from other livestock and poultry. Here are four tips to consider.
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