To encourage your chickens to drink in hot weather fill a dish with ice water & dump in black oil sunflower seeds.  They drink as they go for the seed.

To encourage chickens to drink in hot weather fill a dish with ice water & dump in black oil sunflower seeds. They drink as they go for the seed.

How to Keep Chickens Laying Through Winter || Weed 'Em and Reap

How To Keep Chickens Laying Through The Winter

Knowing the best herbs for chickens to eat is critical to raising them naturally.

7 Herbs For Chickens

Knowing the best herbs for chickens to eat is critical to raising them naturally. And Tarragon, Thyme, Dill, Cilantro and Oregano.

Keeping baby chickens and raising them from teeny tiny balls of fluff into charming chooks will be a rewarding experience for any chicken keeper. Here is a visual guide on what to prepare and do the first few days and weeks with your baby chickens. Read our article here for more in depth information, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/first-few-days-and-weeks-with-baby-chicks/ #loveyourchickens #babychickens #infographic

Keeping baby chickens and raising them from teeny tiny balls of fluff into charming chooks will be a rewarding experience for any chicken keeper. Here is a visual guide on what to prepare and do the first few days and weeks with your baby chickens. Read o

BYE BYE BUGS!   Keep your coop and nesting boxes rodent & insect-free ... NATURALLY..with Herbs for Hens!  This wonderful blend of aromatic, organic herbs and edible flowers in your chicken coop nesting boxes has been carefully selected to act as a natural insect- and rodent-repellent, stress reliever and laying stimulant for your chickens. And your coop will smell wonderful!  The aromatics and essential oils in herbs are proven to calm and relax both animals and humans, and also repel bugs…

Keep your coop and nesting boxes rodent & insect-free .with Herbs for Hens! This wonderful blend of aromatic, organic herbs and edible flowers in your chicken coop nesting boxes has been carefully selected to act as a natura

Growing sprouts for your chickens is a great way to save money and give them a healthy treat!

Growing Sprouts as Treats for Chickens

Homestead ~ Growing sprouts for your chickens is a great way to save money and give them a healthy treat!

These chicken aprons are so fun and make your experience in the yard more enjoyable! We have a variety of textiles, feel free to text or email Dave for different options admin@chickencoopcompany.com.

Egg Aprons - 14 Pockets Hand Sewn

These chicken egg aprons are so fun and make your experience in the yard more enjoyable! We have a variety of textiles, feel free to text or email Dave for different options admin

Chicken treat feeder DIY

Chicken treat feeder DIY, would work with a head of lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes, apples-just about anything!

5 Ways to Keep Rodents out of your Chicken Coop.

Building A Chicken Coop - 5 Ways to Keep Rodents out of your Chicken Coop. - Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Get your flock started with the best chicken tips - How to buy chickens, "must have" items for your coop and run, chicken feeding and watering.

7 Best Chicken Tips for First Time Chicken Owners

Chick Tip: Adjust temperatures as chicks grow.   Hang a heat lamp in the center of a brooder, about 20 inches above the litter, with 2.5 - 3 feet between the lamp and the guard walls. The temperature under the heat lamp should be 95 degrees Fahrenheit and adequate room in the brooder should be available for the chicks to get out from under the heater if they get too hot. After week one, gradually reduce heat by 5 degrees Fahrenheit each week until reaching a minimum of 55 degrees.

Chick Tip: Adjust temperatures as chicks grow. Hang a heat lamp in the center of a brooder, about 20 inches above the litter, with - 3 feet between the lamp and the guard walls. The temperature under the heat lamp should be 95 degrees Fahrenheit and a

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