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22 DIY Chicken Coops You Need In Your Backyard

Natural coop disinfectant. Peels from at least 3 oranges in a 2 qt. container. Fill with white vinegar. Let sit 1 month before use. Spray coop after cleaning out all bedding and poop.

Natural coop disinfectant. Peels from at least 3 oranges in a 2 qt. container. Fill with white vinegar. Let sit 1 month before use. Spray coop after cleaning out all bedding and poop.

Keeping snakes out of the chicken coop/duck house. Sprinkle sulphur/cayenne pepper around the perimeter of your run and coop...

Keeping snakes out of the chicken coop/duck house. Sprinkle sulphur/cayenne pepper around the perimeter of your run and coop...

Essential OIls and chickens  Written by Janet from Timber Creek Farm  http://timbercreekfarmer.com first appeared on Backyard Poultry Magazine!

Best Backyard Chickens: Facts about Chickens, Best Chickens for Eggs, Raising Meat Chicken Breeds, What to Feed Chickens & Easy Chicken Coops to Build

Essential OIls and chickens Written by Janet from Timber Creek Farm http://timbercreekfarmer.com first appeared on Backyard Poultry Magazine!

shallow plastic container, 2 gallons of any sand, 1/2 gallon of wood ash = perfect dusting box

shallow plastic container, 2 gallons of any sand, 1/2 gallon of wood ash = perfect dusting box

The Best article I've read/seen on how to use animals (chickens/ducks/rabbits) to create eggs, compost, etc. it is a full circle of green living.

The Best article I've read/seen on how to use animals (chickens/ducks/rabbits) to create eggs, compost, etc. it is a full circle of green living.

Broody box - Use for broody hens to incubate eggs. Keeps other hens from laying their eggs in her nest.

Broody box - Use for broody hens to incubate eggs. Keeps other hens from laying their eggs in her nest.

Compared to chickens, guinea fowl are low-cost and low-maintenance, and do a standout job as chemical-free pest control. Originally published as

Raising Guinea Fowl: A Low-Maintenance Flock

Compared to chickens, guinea fowl are low-cost and low-maintenance, and do a standout job as chemical-free pest control. Originally published as

Chicken Coop Drunken Herbal Spray - it's antibacterial, a pest repellent and mold killer!

Chicken Coop Drunken Herbal Spray