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Commercial Laying Houses | Pastured Laying Hens and Lots of Eggs at Provenance Farm

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12 Types of Hens that Lay Lots of Eggs

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Chicken egg cycle. I never knew it took 25 hours to create and lay an egg...learn something new every day.

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Two hens in the backyard for each person in the house...! That's a lot of chickens!

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Did you know your chickens' diet effects their egg quality? In this podcast, learn the basics of feeding chickens for healthy, nutritious eggs. From FrugalChicken Bloggers: Please feel free to use this infographic on your blog as long as it remains unedited and attribution with a link is given to TheFrugalChicken.com.

Chicken Cabbage Tether Ball. Someone else says: "I tried iceberg lettuce once and that lasted all of about 15 minutes. They ate that so fast it made your head spin. Cabbage definitely last a lot longer. Another activity for cooped up hens is to throw black oil sunflower seeds around the coop and let the hens scratch for it. They love them and only get them in the winter when they could use the extra calories to stay warm. It’s also a great way to keep the litter churned.

Chicken coop made from pallets.

Egg shells are porous, with a micro membrane coating on them called “bloom” to keep potential baby chicks and their environment safe and clean. Bacteria has a hard time getting inside a dry egg. Washing dirty eggs removes the bloom and invites bacteria to be drawn inside the egg. And washing eggs in cool water actually creates a vacuum, pulling unwanted bacteria inside even faster.

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Love this waterer idea too! Check out the feeder too. ***This is what we have in mind for this summer!!