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Murano Chicken Farm: Wood ash and DE, the dust bathing dream team

Murano Chicken Farm: Wood ash and DE, the dust bathing dream team (Chicken Backyard Health)

Your chickens will dust bathe naturally, so why not build them a healthier spot…

Keep Your Hens Healthy With A Custom Dust Bath!

Your chickens will dust bathe naturally, so why not build them a healthier spot to get rid of mites and lice? This dust bath contains soil and diatomaceous earth - and takes only 5 minutes (and less t (Chicken Backyard Ideas)

Concerned about keeping your flock flush with fresh water when the mercury dips? Here's 5 tips to keep their water from freezing - without electricity.

Keep Your Chicken’s Water From Freezing (Without Electricity)

Concerned about keeping your flock flush with fresh water when the mercury dips?s 5 tips to keep their water from freezing - without electricity.

How to make a chicken dust bath for your flock

Building a Chicken Coop - How to make a chicken dust bath 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.

How to use wood ashes for your chickens.

We know that chickens love and need to dust bathe, so I provide them with wood ashes and sand for bathing. I use it on the floor of the chicken coop, but I'm sure that dry soil would work, too.

Raising meal worms for your herd of chickens is so easy everyone should do it! All it takes is a ten gallon tank or a small storage container, a few pounds of bulk wheat bran, 500+ meal worms, and...

Raising meal worms for your herd of chickens is so easy everyone should do it! All it takes is a ten gallon tank or a small storage container, a few pounds of bulk wheat bran, 500 meal worms, and.

Florassippi Girl: Chicken CRACK - They go CRAZY for it!

Chicken Crack - The healthy treat your chickens will go CRAZY for! by Florassippi Girl: (Chicken Backyard Treats)

Have you made a dust bath for your chickens yet? Here's how.

Building a Chicken Dust Bath

Building a chicken dust bath is essential to keeping healthy, mite-free chickens. We discussed the various options for contents, and…

Chicken Roosting Bars

Everything You Need to Know about Chicken Roosting Bars

Chickens like to seek a high perch on which to sleep to stay safe at night. Here's a quick guide to building the best chicken roosting bars for your flock.

It's getting chilly outside. But that doesn't have to mean frozen combs and wattles, painful toes, and unhappy hens. Keeping chickens happy through the winter just takes a little bit of extra attention.

How to Keep Your Hens Laying All Winter Long

Considering building your own chicken coop? These tips will help you create a chicken coop that will last for many years and keep your laying hens safe and happy.

The valuable, four-legged farm animals such as calves and foals had their barn and stall floors lined with straw to sleep on, hence the term “bedding.” Since there was a plentiful supply available, farmers tossed straw onto the floor of the chicken coop and stuffed into next boxes without a second thought about performance.

Reasons Straw Does Not Belong in Chicken Coops

Backyard chicken keeping information, tips, photos DIY projects with a splash of creativity by Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick

Murano Chicken Farm: 10 Chicken Supplies from the Dollar Store

10 Chicken Supplies from the Dollar Store

Murano Chicken Farm: 10 Chicken Supplies from the Dollar Store (Chicken Backyard Farm Animals)

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.

Chickens would destroy that garden in an hour.

Dream Garden! It Even Has a Chicken Coop

An Atlanta couple and their son team up to build a multifaceted garden that's rooted to the house. Each outdoor area links to a room in the house, bringing the outside in. See more of this Dream Garden

Carefully planned little touches like these can make a huge impact in contained spaces where visitors stroll slowly.      Backyard chickens are all the rage, because people crave fresh eggs as much as homegrown veggies. Carolyn's coop matches the style of the shed, giving her beloved Buff Orpington hens a home that lesser chickens would absolutely die for.

Dream Garden! It Even Has a Chicken Coop

Carefully planned little touches like these can make a huge impact in contained spaces where visitors stroll slowly. Backyard chickens are all the rage, because people crave fresh eggs as much as homegrown veggies. Carolyn's coop matches the style of

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