I want one of these. Egg Skelter. For those of us with fresh eggs, it keeps you using the oldest first and never mixing them up.

Don’t Put All Your Eggs In One Basket, Put Them In The Egg Skelter

I want one of these. Egg Skelter. For those of us with fresh eggs, it keeps you using the oldest first and never mixing them up.

Growing fodder (sprouted barley) for animal feed. Cuts your spending on feed in half (at least)!

Growing fodder for the homestead

Growing fodder (sprouted barley) for animal feed. Cuts your spending on feed in half (at least)!

In the first few days between day 1 and four you can sex chickens by looking at their wings.  If all the feather tips are even you have a male.  If there are two rows you have a female.

In the first few days between day 1 and four you can sex chickens by looking at their wings. If all the feather tips are even you have a male. If there are two rows you have a female.

BYE BYE BUGS!   Keep your coop and nesting boxes rodent & insect-free ... NATURALLY..with Herbs for Hens!  This wonderful blend of aromatic, organic herbs and edible flowers in your chicken coop nesting boxes has been carefully selected to act as a natural insect- and rodent-repellent, stress reliever and laying stimulant for your chickens. And your coop will smell wonderful!  The aromatics and essential oils in herbs are proven to calm and relax both animals and humans, and also repel bugs…

BYE BYE BUGS! Keep your coop and nesting boxes rodent & insect-free ... NATURALLY..with Herbs for Hens! This wonderful blend of aromatic, organic herbs and edible flowers in your chicken coop nesting boxes has been carefully selected to act as a natural insect- and rodent-repellent, stress reliever and laying stimulant for your chickens. And your coop will smell wonderful! The aromatics and essential oils in herbs are proven to calm and relax both animals and humans, and also repel bugs…

Chicken Run Landscaping - She has some great info, with pictures, of what types of bushes, shrubs and flowers you can plant that are not toxic to chickens AND that they won't eat. ...because apparently, they will eat quite a few plants. She also tells you why these particular plants are beneficial to the chickens.

Chicken Run Landscaping - She has some great info, with pictures, of what types of bushes, shrubs and flowers you can plant that are not toxic to chickens AND that they won't eat. ...because apparently, they will eat quite a few plants. She also tells you why these particular plants are beneficial to the chickens.

♬ With a cluck-cluck here and a cluck-cluck there, ♪ here a cluck, there a cluck, everywhere a cluck cluck ♬ (where IS that man's farm?!)

♬ With a cluck-cluck here and a cluck-cluck there, ♪ here a cluck, there a cluck, everywhere a cluck cluck ♬ (where IS that man's farm?!)

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