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Why Do Chickens Get Sour Crop?

Preventing sour crop is much better than having to treat it. Keep this info on hand to keep your hens healthy.

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Why Do Chickens Get Sour Crop?

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Remedios caseros para gallinas enfermas

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Emptying a few cans of corn into a muffin tray, adding water & then freezing it is a very small act of kindness. But on hot days, it means the world to the chickens that live here. Pecking away at an ice block to finally be rewarded with a cold corn kernel is a great way to help them keep cool .

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FROZEN CORN TREATS TO BEAT THE SUMMER HEAT!

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DIY recycled tire for chicken dust bath. Mix equals amounts of wood ash, builder’s sand soil, food grade diatomaceous earth.

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Awesome idea for a fairy garden: a Hobbit Hole! Add moss on top and a little door for the perfect effect.

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Noggins & Nonsense: Easter Centerpiece Tutorial

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concrete mushrooms

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Crown Hill: DIY: Concrete Mushroom

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Raised garden planter boxes on wheels / casters - Size is 2' x 4' each, just over 2'ft 4" tall with the casters installed on the bottom. Soil depth container is 12" and the bottom shelf has about 3" of clearance to hold drain water trays. An excellent present for some one with a small garden so that they can move them around with the seasons.

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Charcoal For Chickens

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Charcoal and chickens | Earthwise Gardening

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Grow Your Own Chicken Feed - Organic

Save money on feeding chickens by planting these garden crops to supplement their feed.

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Grow Your Own Chicken Feed – Organic!

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For those who are thinking about getting some starter chicks for fresh eggs this year, consider hanging a feather duster in the brood box. It gives them a place to snuggle and greatly reduces stress as they have a new "momma"

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