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A dust bath for chickens not only helps keep your flock smelling fresh, it’s also a natural chicken mite treatment. Here’s how to make a dust bath.
Hay and straw are two very different types of harvested material, each with a very different purpose on a farm. Lisa Steele from Fresh Eggs Daily explains how she uses
It’s important to know how to clean a chicken coop right. I believe maintaining a clean coop is one of the primary responsibilities to keeping an urban chicken coop but
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If you are planning on a cabbage patch that has only one or two varieties of green heads, perhaps a red and a Savoy, you are still missing something. Oriental
Fall is the perfect time to ready your coop for colder weather. With the proper preparations, backyard chickens usually weather the winter quite well.
Flies can bother livestock to the point they become stressed and growth or overall health is affected. Fly deterrent strategies should follow the 20/80 rule (20 percent of the effort
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