Tag: layer feed
Why not step up the unique a notch and go beyond the standard brown and white eggs by adding blue egg layers to your flock?
When the dinner bell rings for a backyard flock, the hens come running. There’s nothing like complete, balanced chicken feed. But what happens after your chickens are finished pecking away
Backyard Poultry Contributor
It’s hard to make an argument against using grit for chickens, along with oyster shell supplements. They’re both fairly inexpensive and a little lasts a long time.
A year ago, the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) went into effect. If it’s something you’ve never heard of, you’re not alone, but it’s something to keep in mind if you
As a rule, you can house 10 bantams in the same space that three large fowl would occupy. They are excellent in incubating their own eggs within pens to produce
Thin eggshells have less protective power, which means there’s a greater chance of introducing bacteria. Your chickens need calcium for stronger eggshells.
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