Protecting chickens from predators is a year-round priority. But in the fall, predators get even more aggressive as they prepare for the scarcity of winter. Have you done everything necessary to keep your flock safe as cold weather approaches?
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Lisa Steele is a fifth-generation backyard chicken keeper and founder of the natural chicken keeping website Fresh Eggs Daily®. Lisa is also an author, gardener and aspiring herbalist, and lives on a small hobby farm in Maine.
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