Do Chickens Smell?

The answer is quite simple, the real question here is are you going to enjoy spending time with your chickens? If the answer is yes, then the time you spend will mostly be fussing over your birds. In other words, fussing over your chickens means you’ll not only be cleaning up after them, but find enjoyment in creating attractive and functional housing.

All animals require effort to keep clean, and if you neglect to do so, it’s a sure bet they’re going to smell. If you look at keeping chickens realistically, what else are you going to do with them besides pick eggs and care for their living environment? We don’t sit and pet them as a rule, and training them to do tricks is certainly not going to be a success story… instead, we fuss over their coops.

Bottom line, if you spend time with your birds, then no, chickens don’t smell. Fussing over your birds makes for a happy flock, and a happy flock is what fills the egg basket!

Here’s a few pics of my chicken set-ups… lots of fussing over chickens at TBN Ranch!

Koop Clean, All Natural Quality Chicken Bedding

Everybody has their own preference in bedding for their chickens, but if it’s time to explore your options, check out Koop Clean. Visit the Koop Clean website & find out if a feed store near you sells it. I did, and found two local feed stores just a few miles away.Koop Clean™ is an all-natural, quality chicken bedding consisting of a chopped blend of hay & straw, combined with the unique superior odor neutralizing ingredient, Sweet PDZ™. Specially formulated using only ingredients from the earth, Koop Clean™ chicken bedding will make your flock happy, while keeping your coop fresh, dry and insulated.

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