Tag: roosting bar
You can use sturdy branches, ladders or boards for your chicken roosting bars. If you use boards, check for splinters and sand if necessary.
Caring for older hens isn’t difficult, and aging chickens still eat plenty of bugs and provide lots of manure even once their laying days are done.
Janet Garman got some chicks and then learned how to build a chicken coop out of a garden shed. Learn what features you’ll need to do the same!
What is the best bedding for chickens won’t be the only question you have as you set up your first brooder. As you await the arrival of your new chicks,
An older hen is likely to be a better broody hen. Since she has slowed down a bit, she’s more likely to be perfectly content to sit in a nesting
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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