LOVE this - tells the birds, origins, size, laying frequency, and a picture of their eggs

The Egg-cellent guide to chicken breeds. a visualisation of some of the most common chicken breeds, detailing important information such as country of origin, size and egg-laying figures.

When you think of Homesteading, what comes to mind? Do you think of horse and buggy? Log cabins with dirt floors? Tilling the land? Or, do you think freedom?

How to start a Homestead with nothing.

A comprehensive list of treats that are good for your chickens! Visit our site for details about each treat.

A comprehensive list of treats that are good for your chickens! Visit our site for details about each treat.

fertilization of an egg

Eggs – is it natural and ethical to eat them?

Living on One Acre or Less: How to produce all the fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and eggs your family needs (Paperback)

Living on One Acre or Less: How to Produce All the Fruit, Veg, Meat, Fish and Eggs Your Family Needs (Paperback) Awww I want some chickens!

Top 10 Chicken Breeds | The Best Egg Laying Chickens For Your

The Best Egg Laying Chickens For Your Homestead

If you plan to raise chicken for eggs, this list will help you find out the best egg laying chickens to raise in your homestead.

clean cage and fresh food and water help prevent disease

When it comes to your chickens health providing a safe clean predator-proof environment for your flock and making sure they have access to nutritious feed and fresh water go a long way.

Have you ever wondered how chickens lay different colored eggs? We tell you which are the breeds of chickens that lay blue eggs. And pink. And chocolate!

Chicken Breeds That Lay Blue, Green, Pink, White, and Other Egg Colors

Chicken Breeds That Lay Blue, Green, Pink, White, and Other Egg Colors. Never seen one that lays blue speckled eggs. Lol not sure what kind of bird they belong to but definitely not chicken.

My Top Herb Choices For Chicken Care If I could only grow a few herbs I would choose Mint, Oregano, Basil, Thyme, Lavender and Sage. As far as chicken keeping and animal care needs, Sage and Oregano are great for intestinal health and to ward off infections from Salmonella and Coccidiosis. (cocci) Lavender is an all around great herb for infections, relaxation, odor control, and repels pests. Mint also repels insects and rodents, is a stimulant for egg laying, and the chickens love it…

What Herbs Keep Chickens Healthy

My Top Herb Choices For Chicken Care If I could only grow a few herbs I would choose Mint, Oregano, Basil, Thyme, Lavender and Sage.

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