Once chicks are fully feathered, they are ready to stay outside. But introducing new chickens directly into an established flock can be rough.
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Learn how to raise ducks in your backyard If you want an economical and steady supply of homegrown eggs.Tips on feeding, watering, shelter, breeds and more.
Planting in straw bales is easy and inexpensive. Here’s how to get started. Psst – You can also make your own bales!
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Always be prepared with these 7 essential home remedies for dairy cow farming to keep your herd happy, healthy, and productive.
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