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Deep Litter Method in the Coop

Using the Deep Litter Method in the Coop Plus Other Ways to Prepare your Backyard Chickens for Winter By Harvey Ussery /Countryside Daily Using the deep litter method during the cold winter months works the best for me and my … Continue reading

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Dosages of the Good Stuff… for Chickens with Parasites

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When you Need Real Help, Here’s the Article! (Bottom of Page) Warning: Don’t read if you’re into all that natural stuff.  Natural remedies just don’t cut it in many cases, tried them all and found them to be only minimally … Continue reading

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Which Holiday Leftovers are Safe for Chickens?

Here are some popular holiday food items and my recommendations on sharing. Let’s start  with some leftovers that are okay to share: Source: Fresh Eggs Daily

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Understanding the Molting Process

by McMurray Staff Molting is a natural process that chickens go through annually so they can replenish and replace their feathers. Chickens need to grow new feathers to allow them to effectively regulate their body temperature especially those in colder environments. … Continue reading

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Hello From the Chicken Yard

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Finally the girls are able to enjoy their days in weather that isn’t 115 degrees. Only 95 today! Probably still seems hot to most folks, but not to the chickens here in Phoenix. They’ve stepped away from the mist systems … Continue reading

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