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Nobody wants to encounter a hen pecking in the coop; a few simple changes can block boredom in the winter time.
Varroa mites have been in the United States since the late 1980’s and are considered a universal problem. If you are bee farming you most likely have varroa mites in
Kate St. Cyr
Chicken keeping is becoming increasingly popular across the country in urban, suburban, and rural homes. This popularity surge has led to the invention of new chicken accessories for small and
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.
What do the egg facts on a store carton of eggs mean? How about cage free? Or pasture raised? Or free range? Find the answers to these common questions.
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,
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