Wood Ash, I know I pinned this before but always a good reminder for mite prevention

Wood Ash, I know I pinned this before but always a good reminder for mite prevention

Bird-Safe® Bluebird House & Pole with Noel Guard, a barrier that protrudes inches from the entrance hole, ensures nestlings are protected from cats, raccoons, and squirrels. - Picture Colors: Cornflower Blue and Green

Guinea fowl - not the brightest of our feathered friends but characterful and very attractive. Just don't try raising large flocks of them; they will take to the nearest roof at dusk and make noises akin to multiple car alarms all going off at once.

Guinea fowl - not the brightest of our feathered friends but characterful and very attractive. Just don't try raising large flocks of them; they will take to the nearest roof at dusk and make noises akin to multiple car alarms all going off at once.

VORWERK Rare pure breed, attractive, enjoy free range but fine in a run. Buff with black head, neck and tail. Medium light breed Egg colour: Cream Approximate number of eggs per year: 240

VORWERK Rare pure breed, attractive, enjoy free range but fine in a run. Buff with black head, neck and tail. Medium light breed Egg colour: Cream Approximate number of eggs per year: 240

Breed Spotlight: The Silkie Chicken. These extraordinary creatures are a wonderful addition to any backyard flock, and they have some surprising characteristics!

Breed Profile: Silkie Chicken

Breed Spotlight: The Silkie Chicken. These extraordinary creatures are a wonderful addition to any backyard flock, and they have some surprising characteristics!

Mary Ann Rogers ~ An Artist based in Northumberland - UK

Mary Ann Rogers ~ An Artist based in Northumberland - UK

The Vorwerk originates from Hamburg, Germany around 1900 and was developed by the German breeder Oskar Vorwerk who gave his name to the breed. He developed them as good utility birds with belted markings combined with buff feathering rather than white. They were first shown in 1912 and are thought to have come from Lakenvelders, Orpingtons, Ramelslohers and Andalusians. The breed is rare and was almost lost after the Second World War.

The Vorwerk originates from Hamburg, Germany around 1900 and was developed by the German breeder Oskar Vorwerk who gave his name to the breed. He developed them as good utility birds with belted markings combined with buff feathering rather than white. They were first shown in 1912 and are thought to have come from Lakenvelders, Orpingtons, Ramelslohers and Andalusians. The breed is rare and was almost lost after the Second World War.

Why Keep Silkie Chickens www.homesteadlady.com

Why Keep Silkie Chickens

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