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Chicken Health & Poultry Management Contacts by State

Blue Ameraucana hen.

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Protect Your Seedlings From Free-Range Hens

Homestead Hack: Protect Plants From Free-Range Hens

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Backyard Chickens & Avian Influenza: What to Do About Bird Flu

Backyard chicken keeping information, tips, photos DIY projects with a splash of creativity by Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick

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BUMBLEFOOT in Chickens: Causes & treatment. **WARNING: Graphic Photos**

BUMBLEFOOT in Chickens: Causes

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BUMBLEFOOT in Chickens: Causes & treatment. **WARNING: Graphic Photos**

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Beat the Heat: Helping Chickens Survive High Temps

Frozen Fruit Smoothies for chickens in high heat.

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Beat the Heat: Helping Chickens Survive High Temps

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15 Tips to Reduce FLIES Around the Chicken Coop

When keeping chickens or other animals, flies are an expected nuisance, but there are steps that can be taken to reduce the overall fly population.

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15 Tips to Reduce FLIES Around the Chicken Coop

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How to Butcher a Chicken (The Right Way)

How to Butcher a Chicken (The Right Way) - "When you’re butchering a chicken, you must be careful when you remove the guts so as not to pierce the intestines or the gallbladder, both of which could make your family ill."

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How to Butcher a Chicken (The Right Way)

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Flystrike in Backyard Chickens, Causes, Prevention & Treatment

Flystrike is a sanitized nickname for maggots living in and feeding on the dead skin of a live animal, which results in an infection. Flystrike can affect chickens, humans and other animals. Flystrike is also known as myiasis, blowfly strike and fly-blown. Whatever you call it, it’s nasty and can be fatal if undetected in time.

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Flystrike in Backyard Chickens, Causes, Prevention & Treatment

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