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Onagadori (“Long Tailed Fowl”): Originating in Japan, this breed is known for its incredible tail plumage, sometimes reaching twenty to thirty feet long! This is the patriarch of Japanese poultrydom. Kept in special cages in which the feathers of their tails are rolled up in a bundle and suspended on the walls for protection, the Onagadori’s tail feathers grow rapidly and never molt.

Onagadori (“Long Tailed Fowl”): Originating in Japan, this breed is known for its incredible tail plumage, sometimes reaching twenty to thirty feet long! This is the patriarch of Japanese poultrydom.

If you ever get chickens, PLEASE, for the love of chicken happiness, get them a big 'ol tire, too. Apparently our chickens have a timeshare arrangement with this thing. Each gets to spend roughly 30 minutes a day alone in it, then it's the next lady's turn. Because, darkness. And quiet. And spiders. They never lay eggs in it, that's a big no-no between them. Gladys once laid an egg in the tire and was banned for life. You gotta respect the chicken rules, Gladys.

If you ever get chickens, PLEASE, for the love of chicken happiness, get them a big 'ol tire, too.

Know your Fancy chicken breeds.

So far we have: Ameraucanas, a Black Sumatra, a California White, and a Barred Rock. Still wanting a silkie.

PVC Chicken Feeder http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/i2p7 Here's a chicken feeder that's easy to fill, hard to spill, safe from non-chicken life forms, weather resistant, easy to make, and inexpensive!

PVC Chicken Feeder - Here's a chicken feeder that's easy to fill, hard to spill, safe from non-chicken life forms, weather resistant, easy to make and inexpensive!

10 DIY Chicken Feeders and Waterers for your flock!

Building a Chicken Coop - 10 DIY Chicken Feeders and Waterers for your flock! Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Keeping chicken in the backyard is really fun, as you will always have fresh eggs and cute pets at home. So if you have a little free space, you could consider building a chicken coop, even though you are only having a tiny backyard. We have found a round up of chicken coop designs that [...]

Keeping chicken in the backyard is really fun, as you will always have fresh eggs and cute pets at home. So if you have a little free space, you could consider building a chicken coop, even though you(Chicken Backyard Signs)