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Gristfrom Grist

War-era food posters: Wacky, well-meaning, and still relevant [SLIDESHOW]


The Chicken Chickfrom The Chicken Chick

Chicken First Aid Kit & Sick-Bay. Be prepared.

Chicken First Aid Kit- Vetericyn is an amazing product and you should be able to get it a farmers supply stores or places like Tractor Supply

My Pet Chicken Blogfrom My Pet Chicken Blog

Raising Worms for Feeding Your Chickens

Raising Worms for Feeding Your Chickens - My Pet Chicken Blog

Attainable Sustainablefrom Attainable Sustainable

Butchering Chickens: Tips from the Trenches

It may not be the BEST farm task, but when it needs to be done, these tips will come in handy.

The Flip Flop Barnyardfrom The Flip Flop Barnyard

Butchering Chickens- Our Style

We want them to have a thorough understanding of where their food comes from. They know what their food eats, they know how and where their food is raised.

Survival Lifefrom Survival Life

Raising Backyard Chickens

Ready to build your chicken coop? | Check out this checklist #survivalife

BEST chicken site ever! Great info on raising chickens (and other animals) in your own backyard. In case I ever decide to go there....


12 Reasons why you should raise Guineas

why raise guinea fowl

Raising Ducks with Chickens; a few tricks for co-habiting. Put the duck's wheat in a little dish of water so the chickens can't eat it.

Your backyard flock could be the best source of meat, eggs and homemade fertilizer around. Learn how to “recoop” much of your birds’ expenses by putting chicken manure fertilizer to use in your garden.

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Raising Chickens for Dummies - First Time Chicken Owner Tips

#homestead #Chickens - Raising Chickens for Dummies - First Time Chicken Owner Tips

Old Farmer's Almanacfrom Old Farmer's Almanac

Raising Chickens 101: Collecting, Cleaning, and Storing Chicken Eggs

Raising Chicken's 101 beginner series from The Old Farmer's Almanac.If the eggs have a little manure on them, you can wipe with a damp cloth for small spots. A really dirty egg can be submerged and scrubbed with a vegetable brush. Always use warm water; cold water will make the egg shrink inside the shell and will draw in bacteria.