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Learning to care for chickens can be difficult and we often make mistakes. Unfortunately some of those mistakes can be deadly. Here are the 9 worst mistakes a chicken keeper can make. #chickens #homesteading #backyardchickens #chickenkeeping
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Let's talk about some of the best and most popular chicken breeds that you might want to consider including in your backyard flock! To help you narrow down the chicken choices, here is the low-down on their reputation for demeanor, heat to
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Returning to live in her grandparents' Georgia house, Amy Arrowsmith added touches of her own while preserving the spirit of the place
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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
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Here are some of the best chicken breeds if you're looking for chickens that are friendly, gentle, and good egg layers. These breeds are great with kids, for beginners, or anybody who just wants to have a nice flock.
Foods Chickens Can Eat (And What They Can't) - The Novice Homestead | Backyard chicken farming, Chickens backyard, Homestead chickens
Apr 24, 2021 - Can you feed chickens human food or leftover table scraps? A guide to foods chickens can eat (and can't) + a free printable feeding checklist!
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Best Practices to Keep Your Chickens Healthy - Homestead Hustle
Many chicken keepers these days have friendly, tame flocks of birds they consider to be their pets. Who knew chickens could be such docile creatures? But, have they always been that way? Were they friendly from the day they hatched? Nope! It all depends on how the owner raises them. Taming chickens isn't very hard, but it does require persistence and patience. So how do you get your flock to be affectionate, lap loving sweeties? The answers lie inside!
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