Most of us who are in the business of raising backyard poultry are doing it for the eggs. Am I right? When your chicken’s eating eggs, nobody wins.
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Nesting box curtains actually can serve several important functions in your coop. Lisa Steele of Fresh Eggs Daily shares her top 7 reasons for using curtains in her coop.
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.
Keeping your hens happy is easy once you know what motivates their behavior. Nearly all of a chicken’s activities are motivated by three basic needs: to get enough to eat,
Frozen chicken eggs will crack if you don’t collect them often enough. Here are some tips to prevent frozen eggs and how to handle them if they do freeze.
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