Tag: Deep Litter Method
What you need to know about maintaining safe chicken pens and runs in the winter. We’ll discuss chicken sweaters (don’t do it), heating and more.
It’s important to know how to clean a chicken coop right. I believe maintaining a clean coop is one of the primary responsibilities to keeping an urban chicken coop but
Bedding for chickens isn’t just for giving your birds a place to lay eggs: learn two ways to insulate your coop using straw bales and other bedding.
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Using the deep litter method during the cold winter months works the best for me and my flock. Here in the mid-Atlantic, Zone 6b, winter means that water routinely freezes,
Chickens fluff their feathers out to trap the warm air in between the feathers and help their bodies to stay warm. At night, once they settle on their chicken roosting
What does a chicken coop need for winter? Backyard Poultry walks you through all the important considerations to prepare your coop for colder weather.
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