Here they are, almost at their point of lay. Expecting eggs in about 2-3 weeks. Two Easter Eggers and two Golden Laced Wyandottes.
Tonight they are enjoying a special dinner of romaine, tomatoes, hard boiled eggs, and a tiny bit of cheese. 🙂
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Customize your coop’s bedding material. Here are options that will keep your chickens healthy and prevent their eggs from cracking.
by Kristina Mercedes Urquhart / Hobby Farms
The litter you provide to your flock in their coop, run, nest boxes or other enclosures isn’t just a luxury. Sufficient litter provides a secure foundation for chickens’ legs and feet, a soft landing for eggs… Continue Reading
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by: Rural Living Today
Keeping a rooster or not? When it comes to resident roosters, there are pros and cons consider when keeping a rooster. Here are some things to think about.
Keeping a rooster has several positive roles in a flock of chickens.
A rooster provides fertilization services to the hens in the flock.
He’ll serve as a guard and defender against perceived and actual danger. Continue Reading
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