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Chicken treats

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Q: What are the best plants for chickens?  A: Chickens enjoy many different plants as treats. Consider planting a chicken-friendly area for your flock.   Chicken friendly plants:  •	Vegetables: Lettuce, kale, swiss chard, cucumber, broccoli, beets, carrots, squash and pumpkins. •	Herbs: Lavender, mint, oregano, parsley, cilantro, thyme and basil.  •	Perennials: Daylilies, hostas, daisies, roses, coneflowers and ferns.

Q: What are the best plants for chickens? A: Chickens enjoy many different plants as treats. Consider planting a chicken-friendly area for your flock. Chicken friendly plants: • Vegetables: Lettuce, kale, swiss chard, cucumber, broccoli, beets, carrots, squash and pumpkins. • Herbs: Lavender, mint, oregano, parsley, cilantro, thyme and basil. • Perennials: Daylilies, hostas, daisies, roses, coneflowers and ferns.

CHICKEN CRACK BOTTLES Use a 1/2" drill bit to drill holes in empty plastic bottles, add chicken scratch (aka: chicken crack) and watch the fun break out! Provide several bottles to the flock at once to avoid conflict & fowl penalties.

Snowy, sub-zero winter weather, hurricanes or severe weather of any type present challenges for chicken keepers and their flocks. Whenever chickens are suddenly confined to spaces smaller than they ordinarily enjoy, boredom and behavioral problems such as feather picking, and egg-eating can resu ...

Learn how to keep your chicken coop cool, save money on feed, and make sure your chickens lay more eggs with this great list of hacks and tips for your backyard chicken coops! #BackyardChickens #Chickens #ChickenCoop #RaisingChickens #Hacks #Lifehacks #Homestead #Homesteading #Eggs #LayingHens #Roosters

Learn how to keep your chicken coop cool, save money on feed, and make sure your chickens lay more eggs with this great list of hacks and tips for your backyard chicken coops!

hangingtreat for your chickens also suet blocks to make to help them overwinter

Winter brings boredom to the backyard chicken, which can lead to pecking and bullying. This nutritious seed block can help alleviate boredom and also provides some healthy grains and other ingredients to help your chickens keep warm in winter.

Raising mealworms for free chicken feed. How to raise a constant supply of mealworms (cheaply) for your chickens! #backyardchickens #chickens #homesteading #farming #backyardfarming #sustainableliving #homesteadskills #poultry

Raising mealworms for free chicken feed. How to raise a constant supply of mealworms (cheaply) for your chickens! #backyardchickens #chickens #homesteading #farming #backyardfarming #sustainableliving #homesteadskills #poultry

Feeding chickens egg shells instead of a oyster shell. Many chickens need extra calcium to help them make strong eggs, you don't need to spend money on supplements, just feed them cleaned eggshells. Here's how. #chickens #homesteading #backyardchickens

Feeding chickens egg shells instead of a oyster shell. Many chickens need extra calcium to help them make strong eggs, you don't need to spend money on supplements, just feed them cleaned eggshells. Here's how. #chickens #homesteading #backyardchickens

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It’s no secret: dogs and cats love food and seem especially interested in whatever they see us eating. For many of us, our pets are family, and that’s why knowing which foods they can and can’t eat is extremely important. According to the ASPCA, both cats and dogs suffer accidental ingestion of harmful things around the home. When they do, nearly 60% of the accidents result in emergency room visits to the vet and the bills can escalate into 1000s of dollars! Keep it posted on your…

chix: energy and fight boredom - Florassippi Girl: DIY (better than) Flock Block

Wow! This winter has been some kind of crazy! It's way too cold! Y'all bundle up out there! We're fighting a serious case of winter boredom around here - with our chickens that is. They are plucking each other's feathers out, just because it's something to do. Not a good thing when temperatures are dropping so. I thought I would try my hand at making a boredom buster 'Flock Block'. It is the perfect way to entertain your chickens while providing them with some wholesome winter nutrition. And…