Contrary to popular belief, chickens can lay eggs year round. You just have to keep them healthy and happy by feeding them the right foods.
If you own chickens, like DIY projects, and you have an hour to spare, you should try this DIY chicken coop. The materials only cost $50.
The foods you feed to your chickens have a huge effect on their overall health and the quality of their eggs in both taste and durability. #homesteadsurvivalsite #chickens #chickeneggs #raisingchickens #keepingchickens
Raising chickens is great. You get fresh eggs, chicken meat, and the satisfaction of caring for your little flock. But it’s not for everyone.
Protecting your livestock from disease ensures not only their health and longevity but yours as well. Here are five common poultry ailments and ten natural poultry remedies. #homesteadsurvivalsite #poultry #livestock #chickens #remedies
If you want to raise chickens, you can’t just dump them in your yard and throw them scraps every now and then. #homesteadsurvivalsite #chickens #raisingchickens #keepingchickens #homesteading
Chickens can adapt to most weather fluctuations, with the exception of heat. Here’s how to keep your chickens cool when it’s hot outside.
If you’re getting chickens for the first time, don’t dive in too fast. Take some time to learn what chickens need to be healthy and happy.
Chicken feed can cost hundreds of dollars per month, but there are lots of other things you can feed to your chickens.
Ducks are hardy, easy to care for, reliable egg producers, and exceptional foragers. Here are 8 tips for raising ducks.