Queen bees are fascinating and sophisticated creatures. Before starting your honey bee farm, there are some queen bee facts you must know. … Read More
Explore the history and types of vinegar plus learn how to make vinegar at home and make a batch of multi-purpose apple cider vinegar. … Read More
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Leghorn chickens comprise a group characterized by great activity, hardiness & prolific egg-laying qualities. A good year would be 200-250 eggs per year. … Read More
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Easter Eggers are not a breed, rather a hybrid cross. Their egg color makes them a popular choice. Easter Eggers will not switch egg color throughout their life. … Read More
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