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Following these guidelines can minimize the necessity for learning how to wash fresh eggs, but if an eggshell becomes dirty with a little mud or poop, it is still possible
A small one-acre homestead can produce enough to help reduce household costs every year if you’re creative with the planning.
Backyard Poultry Contributor
Many Brits continue to store their eggs at room temperature, saying that unrefrigerated eggs taste better and cooking times are more predictable.
Nobody wants to encounter a hen pecking in the coop; a few simple changes can block boredom in the winter time.
Domestic geese breeds are naturally loud alarms and don’t require any training or behavior modification to protect your backyard flock.
Did your hen lay a lash egg? This “egg” really isn’t an egg at all. Pam Freeman, Backyard Poultry editor, shares her insights on what it means when you encounter
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