Hard to See Your Birds Behind Hardware Cloth?

A Tip for Better Visibility Into your Chicken Coop

Want to be able to see your chickens better when they are housed behind hardware cloth? Fact: chicken wire and hardware cloth on chicken coops lessens visibility, especially in broad daylight.

There’s a simple solution, paint it black! Not hard to do, just use a roller and flat black paint on at least the outside of the hardware cloth.
You’ll be amazed how much better you can see your birds.

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How To Keep Your Flock Safe from Possums

by The Happy Chicken Coop

Do opossums will eat chickens? In this article we explain how to spot the signs of an opossum attack, and how to protect your flock against an opossum attack.
Before you can protect your flock of chickens, you need to know what you are up against. The possum is more correctly known as an Opossum (Didelphis Virginiana) and it is Americas’ only marsupial animal. Continue Reading

 

 

The Facts About Aggressive Roosters

Most roosters are not aggressive towards people, but when one is, what is a backyard chicken keeper to do? Continue Reading

Most roosters are not aggressive towards people, but when one is, what is a backyard chicken keeper to do? Nobody wants to live in fear of being flogged, attacked, spurred or chased by one of their pet chickens and no one wants a child to be hurt or traumatized in their backyard.

Kathy, The Chicken Chick®by Kathy Mormino, The Chicken Chick®

Winterizing The Chicken House

Multi Purpose Insulation, keeping it simple and functional.