FARM FUN - GREAT SHOT OF MOMMA CHICKEN WITH HER BABY PEEPS HIDING UNDER HER - LOTS OF LEGS!

FARM FUN - GREAT SHOT OF MOMMA CHICKEN WITH HER BABY PEEPS HIDING UNDER HER - LOTS OF LEGS!

Sprouting and growing grain for livestock fodder is a simple and efficient way to not only feed your animals a more natural and fresh diet, but is also a practically effortless way to save money. Imagine for a second that the 50 lb. bag of feed you just bought could grow into 300 lbs. of feed that is more nutrient dense in just nine days  Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/sprouted-fodder.aspx#ixzz2W1hhWFY5

Sprouting and growing grain for livestock fodder is a simple and efficient way to not only feed your animals a more natural and fresh diet, but is also a practically effortless way to save money. Imagine for a second that the 50 lb. bag of feed you just bought could grow into 300 lbs. of feed that is more nutrient dense in just nine days Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/homesteading-and-livestock/sprouted-fodder.aspx#ixzz2W1hhWFY5

The beautiful Jet Black Chicken(Ayam Cemani). The breed originated from the island of Java, Indonesia. The birds are completely black: black plumage with a greenish shine, black legs and toe nails, black beak and tongue, black comb and wattles, black meat and bones and even dark organs. Despite many rumours, the blood of the Ayam Cemani is not black (though it is remarkably dark).

The beautiful Jet Black Chicken(Ayam Cemani). The breed originated from the island of Java, Indonesia. The birds are completely black: black plumage with a greenish shine, black legs and toe nails, black beak and tongue, black comb and wattles, black meat and bones and even dark organs. Despite many rumours, the blood of the Ayam Cemani is not black (though it is remarkably dark).

A piece of charcoal attached to the wall inside a coop can give your poultry access to a natural substance that will help absorb toxins and help to keep the digestive system in balance.

A piece of charcoal attached to the wall inside a coop can give your poultry access to a natural substance that will help absorb toxins and help to keep the digestive system in balance.

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