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    "Wicked Chickens Lay Deviled Eggs" -- funny sign for the chicken coop

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    Chickens have a language all their own and while we may not understand it at first, by paying attention and tuning into our chickens we can learn to comprehend some of what they're trying to say.

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    Americans-- why do you keep refrigerating your eggs (not saying that we shouldn't--just to be clear-- but rather talking about how we make it necessary because of the way that we process our eggs in the first place... AND why it really shouldn't be that way anyway...) VERY interesting article and comments

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    The Chicken Chick®: Make a Cookie Tin Waterer Heater. Under $10, & 10 minutes!

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    I would totally commission a piece from him!

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    Chicken combs, illustration by Ross Simpson

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    The Egg-Cellent Guide to Chicken Breeds - Wells Poultry Blog: Backyard Chicken, Chicken Breeds, Chicken Coops, Egg Laying Chicken, Garden Chicken, Egg Cellent Guide

    The Egg-Cellent Guide to Chicken Breeds

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    Tiny or miniature size eggs in standard size hens are the natural result when a small bit of reproductive tissue or other small foreign mass enters the hen’s oviduct and triggers the regular formation of an egg. Inside the hen’s body the bit of tissue is treated exactly like a normal yolk and is swathed and enveloped in albumen, membranes and a shell and is eventually passed from the hen’s body.

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    Sebright Hen -Sooo Pretty

    an unusual chicken rp

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    2 month old Appenzellar Spitzhauben named Spots

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    Training Chickens to return to the coop at night

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    combs can be missleading as hens have them too, pick each bird up and look at the new feather growth coming in under the first feathers they grew on their back above the tail, their second growth of pin feathers on their backs will be either pointed shinny pin feathers that look different than the bird's normal ones or they will be rounded, simple and basically the same as the other feathers, if they are pointed then you have a rooster,

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    Chickens on Pasture: A Better Model!

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    Chicken sweater. Includes a pattern to make your own. Great for the bald battery hens.

    Here is a chicken wearing a sweater

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    If you garden in raised gardening beds, why not devote one just to the hens?  You can harvest from your plantings a few times of weeks and share it with the flock.  Or this year, why not try planting around and near the coop just for the flock.  There are plenty of wonderful herbs, vegetables and berries that your flock will love. Once your chicken garden grows, you can easily pick, take clippings or allow them to carefully free-range among the plantings.

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    A natural treatment for sour crop

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    Hearts with a twist. These are cute!

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    That is one laid-back chicken. #chickens

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    How to Make Your Own Chicken or Poultry Feed

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    Sister Mary Nunchucks - best chicken name ever

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    Rusty Roo Inn...how cute is this

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    "She was known for her way with chickens." Know anyone like that?

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    Coccidiosis: What Backyard Chicken Keepers Should Know and Do about this deadly parasite

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