Feeding chickens scraps from the kitchen is a great way to give them healthy treats and make sure your leftovers don’t go to waste. They’ll love you for it!
Thin eggshells have less protective power, which means there’s a greater chance of introducing bacteria. Your chickens need calcium for stronger eggshells.
If you want to learn about brooding chicks, take lessons from an expert – a momma hen!
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Many times the only pig feeding guide you can find states that pigs can eat everything. While this may be true, pigs shouldn’t necessarily eat everything
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