Mucovy Ducks. First choice for small farms and backyards. Muscovy ducks can lay up to 195 eggs a year over a 40-week season. They'll nest three or four times during the season, hatching up to 20 ducklings a time. That leaves plenty of eggs for you, and LOTS of great meat! Poultry for small farmers: Journey to Forever
Ochre Archives: Bees kept in the chicken run. In this photo you can see one of the hives presently set-up in the chook-pen in the backyard. Apparently chooks and bees are a great natural fit as the chickens take no notice of the bees but help with pest control.
Keeping baby chickens and raising them from teeny tiny balls of fluff into charming chooks will be a rewarding experience for any chicken keeper. Here is a visual guide on what to prepare and do the first few days and weeks with your baby chickens. Read our article here for more in depth information, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/first-few-days-and-weeks-with-baby-chicks/ #loveyourchickens #babychickens #infographic
The Chicken Chick®: How a Hen Makes an Egg & Egg Oddities.... may not want to eat an egg after looking at this.. lol... the yolks/eggs all in a bunch..before getting the "whites" and shell... that is what is sort of gross to me:)