How To Wash Eggs. - The Elliott Homestead

theelliotthomestead.com

Raising mealworms, red wrigglers, and crickets for chickens will save you a ton of money - and it's not as gross as it seems.

Raise Mealworms, Red Wrigglers, & Crickets (And Save Money) [Podcast]

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46 Ideas for Building Your Chicken Coop - Mom with a PREP

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A Practical Guide to Keeping Chickens, Chicken 101 - ohlardy.com

A Practical Guide to Keeping Chickens: Chicken Basics

ohlardy.com

The signs that coyotes, raccoon, opossums, dogs, and hawks have killed your chickens. #chickens

Identifying Common Chicken Predators & What Killed Your Chicken: ‘What The Cluck?!’ Session 13 [Podcast]

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Preventing sour crop is much better than having to treat it. Keep this info on hand to keep your hens healthy.

What Is Sour Crop?

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DIY grazing boxes make for happy hens. They're a great way to save on the cost of raising backyard chickens (and other poultry), too! Save money, happy chickens. Win, win.

Save Money on Chicken Feed - Build these Grazing Boxes for Your Flock!

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Thinking of keeping chickens? Here are 6 things you should know before you start your flock! Which ones do you think will surprise you? The HomesteadingHippy

6 Things You Should Know About Keeping Chickens

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Chickenpalooza! An Awesome List of Homestead Chicken Resources

Homestead Chicken Resources - Everything for Your Backyard Flock

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Adding a new chicken to an existing flock can get tricky. Here's how to do it safely.

How To Add A New Chicken To Your Flock With Less Drama

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Are Chickens Supposed to be Vegetarians?

Are Chickens Supposed to be Vegetarians? • The Prairie Homestead

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How to Train Your Chicken -- Training your chickens isn’t about getting them to jump through hoops. If you free range your chickens, it is important to train them to come back when you call.

How to Train Your Chicken

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There's a myth that citrus is poisonous for chickens, but that can't be further from the truth. Discover how oranges and lemons can help combat heat stress, improve health, and more.

Can Chickens Eat Citrus? Why Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong [Podcast]

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Duck Eggs Vs Chicken Eggs - what's the difference? We love both, and are often asked what the difference is between the two. http://thepaleomama.com/2016/06/duck-eggs-vs-chicken-eggs/

Duck Eggs vs Chicken Eggs —How Do They Differ? - The Paleo Mama

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Preventing sour crop is much better than having to treat it. Keep this info on hand to keep your hens healthy.

Why Do Chickens Get Sour Crop?

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Ever since we started offering diatomaceous earth to our chickens, they've been so much healthier. Here's what it is and how to use it in the coop!

Diatomaceous Earth & Chickens: What’s The Deal?

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Culling Old Laying Hens | Whistle Pig Hollow

Culling Old Laying Hens | Whistle Pig Hollow

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Before you free range your chickens - read this. From FrugalChicken

Should You Let Your Chickens Free Range?

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Learn the signs of illness in your chickens. Isolate sick chickens. Treat the chicken naturally and with medications when needed.

Chicken Disease and Illness in Your Flock - Timber Creek Farm

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If you have hens, then you should be feeding these 5 real food dietary supplements to increase the omega 3s in your chicken eggs and reduce cholesterol and bad fats. These are pantry staples you likely already have, and won't cost you another dime.

5 Supplements For Healthier Eggs That Yield BIG Results For YOUR Health [Podcast]

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15 ways to save money on chicken feed -- chicken keepers take note!

How to Save Money on Chicken Feed

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Five Things All New Chicken Keepers Should Know

Five Things All New Chicken Keepers Should Know

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Sand is becoming a very common coop bedding and it's easy to see why. Sand has so many benefits and when used properly, I think it's a bedding that you wont regret using.

Sand: The Miracle Bedding

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Are you trying to keep your backyard chickens from getting bored, noisy and destructive? Give these 5 ideas a try to keep your chickens happy and busy. #PurinaOrganicFeed #ad

5 Ideas to Keep Your Backyard Chickens Busy - Happy Mothering

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I love these ideas, they're easy to do, but improve the appearance of my coop. Great if you live in a suburban neighborhood.

16 Sustainable Ways to Upgrade Your Chicken Coop

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