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    how to cook a tough old rooster or laying hen and turn it into flavorful soups and stock!

    How to Cook an Old Rooster (or Hen!)

    theprairiehomestead.com

    How to Whitewash your barn or coop

    How to Whitewash Your Barn and Chicken Coop

    theprairiehomestead.com

    Fresh or dried herbs in your nesting boxes not only work as insecticides, but also have anti-bacterial properties, and can act as natural wormers, anti-parasitics, insecticides, rodent control, stress relievers and laying stimulants. Here is a partial list of common herbs and flowers and their beneficial properties:

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    The Holistic Trinity - ACV, Garlic and DE: First in the Trinity is APPLE CIDER VINEGAR. It's great for their immune systems, guards against bad bacteria and maintains digestive health in the intestines by lowering the pH levels and is an overall health booster.

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    Fresh Eggs Daily: Benefits of Molasses for your Flock

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    Fresh Eggs Daily: Benefits of Molasses for your Flock

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    sexing baby chicks!

    Comparison of Pullet and Cockerel

    animalsciences.missouri.edu

    Aromatic sages and rosemary are just some of the herbs available that have essential oils that can be put to good use in the nest and even in the coops. They can be used fresh or dried as natural insecticides and some good-smelling aromatherapy to boot!

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    11 Uses for Vinegar Around the Coop -- Community Chickens

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    Using Sand In Your Chicken Coop

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    How to clip chicken wings

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    diy doggie bed, could have one for every dog in the house!

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    Buy your baby chicks from Tractor Supply Co.

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