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20 Stunning Chicken Coop Designs For Your Lovely Birds

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Raising chickens in backyard is always inspiring as they are adorable,lovely and at the same time returns back to you eggs and meat for what you feed them. Most people are raising backyard chickens as a hobby, pet or ornamental purposes, since they are living being so have some needs or requirements you have to full such as providing feed, …

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When Hen Starts Laying Egg,Peak Time,Factors Affects Egg Production

When does the hen produces egg? If you have a group of little champs, I mean hens in your backyard, then you must have the desire to get eggs from them. Truly, its an ideal breakfast mode but more than that, it can help you generate money for extra expenses or may be savings. However, this is frequently inquired question …

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15 Most Famous Heritage Chicken Breeds

heritage breeds of chicken

 Are you planning to have a nice and healthy chicken flock? If that is your plan then you must be having a fair idea about the different breeds. Have you heard about ‘Heritage breed’’? Do not worry if you lack information than this excerpt is more of a guiding light for you. Continue to read for better knowledge: Heritage breed: …

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10 tips to train your hen to lay eggs in her nest box

Are you pissed at your cute chubby hens because of their annoying habits? Relax, that is normal for the poultry dwellers. My 10 years experience has lead me to  conclude, you may not agree with it but my opinion remains the same – hens love laying eggs everywhere except for the place where they should. When I bought hens for …

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How to get rid of Bad Smell in Chicken Coop-litter management in summer

I was loved by nature and beautiful creation of God. My interest drove me to tame various animals including cats, rabbits, horse, dogs and alligators as well. I used to treat all of them as my own babies, trust me; I was their mother because most of my time and attention was devoted to my small farm. One fine day …

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How To Make an Indoor Dust Bath For Your Chickens

dust bath for chickens

One fine day I was having tea with a few of my friends – it was a small chit chat session which we used to enjoy like anything. We all belong to different states of mind but enjoy each other’s company. I had a big farm kind of a thing; I had lots of adorable backyard creatures. I adapted to …

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10 most common diseases in backyard chickens- symptoms,treatment

I don’t need to accentuate on how more and more people are getting into the habit of raising backyard fellows – this activity is indeed of more interest to people because of its mesmerizing benefits – poultry provides with fresh yummy eggs as well as meat; everything is right there in your backyard, wow, so economical. However, this pocket friendly …

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13 tips to protect your chickens from hot weather

Each of the united state regions is now broiling – wonder why the heat wave seems to have adored this place. Humans have ample amount of ways to counter this igneous heat but what about the animals around? I am being specific about our backyards fellows and other feathered creatures because they are absolutely innocent and rely on us for …

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Helping out egg bound hen- by identifying causes, symptoms and treatment(some graphic)

If readers are not familiar with this word, egg bound hen is a situation when hens can’t pass egg that may be stuck close to cloacae or deep inside the reproductive tract. This problem is mostly common in small birds for example lovebirds, cockatiels, budgies and finches. Egg binding in chickens is an attention gaining problem for all those you …

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8 Inspiring Chicken Run Plans You Can Build Easily

Baby chicks can be kept in a small coop but when chicks grow they need an extra area apart from their coop to roam freely. Chickens love to scratch and begin to grow more quickly when they find more space to play and walk. To fulfill their need one can attach a run with the coop. So what is meant by …

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