Growing Your Own Forage Blend is Easy  You don’t have to be a Master Gardener to grow your own Chicken Forage Blend. All it takes is a little know-how and a short list of supplies. My instructions will only show you how to grow one 17 inch flat of the seed blend, but if you understand the concept of successive gardening, you can schedule multiple sowings two weeks apart for a continuous supply throughout the growing season

Growing Your Own Forage Blend is Easy You don’t have to be a Master Gardener to grow your own Chicken Forage Blend. All it takes is a little know-how and a short list of supplies. My instructions will only show you how to grow one 17 inch flat of the seed blend, but if you understand the concept of successive gardening, you can schedule multiple sowings two weeks apart for a continuous supply throughout the growing season

DIY Chicken Salad Bar for chickens!  (If the ground around their coop ever gets bare, this would be a great idea!)

DIY Chicken Salad Bar for chickens! (If the ground around their coop ever gets bare, this would be a great idea!)

Mites - How to Prevent Them and Treat your Chickens Naturally  Spraying your coop and roosts for several days in a row with a mixture of 2 cups water, 1 cup cooking oil and 1 tablespoon dish washing liquid will help kill off the mites by suffocating them. Shake well before using because the mixture will separate. The coop should be sprayed at least once a week for several weeks in conjunction with treating your hens directly.

Mites - How to Prevent Them and Treat your Chickens Naturally Spraying your coop and roosts for several days in a row with a mixture of 2 cups water, 1 cup cooking oil and 1 tablespoon dish washing liquid will help kill off the mites by suffocating them. Shake well before using because the mixture will separate. The coop should be sprayed at least once a week for several weeks in conjunction with treating your hens directly.

Determining Sex in Chicks by Don Schrider from the June/July, 2011 issue of Backyard Poultry - Backyard Poultry Magazine

Best Backyard Chickens: Facts about Chickens, Best Chickens for Eggs, Raising Meat Chicken Breeds, What to Feed Chickens & Easy Chicken Coops to Build

Determining Sex in Chicks by Don Schrider from the June/July, 2011 issue of Backyard Poultry - Backyard Poultry Magazine

Grow and dry Duckweed for rabbits, poultry, fish and other veggie munching livestock. Duckweed can double in growth every day which gives a sustainable source of food for little effort. Also VERY high protein content.

Grow and dry Duckweed for rabbits, poultry, fish and other veggie munching livestock. Duckweed can double in growth every day which gives a sustainable source of food for little effort. Also VERY high protein content.

12 Reasons why you should raise guinea fowl

13 Reasons why you should raise Guineas

Aquaponics garden.  The fish waste feeds the plants, the plants return clean water to the fish. We will use common gold fish instead of tilapia. You can grow a lot of food year round!

Aquaponics garden. The fish waste feeds the plants, the plants return clean water to the fish. We will use common gold fish instead of tilapia. You can grow a lot of food year round!

How to Raise Your Own Crickets...great source of protein for the chickens in winter

Raise Your Own Crickets

How to Raise Your Own Crickets...great source of protein for the chickens in winter

Do you have an aquaponic system? Cannot be there the hours that your fish have to eat? Big automatic fish feeders are quite expensive. Have a look how I made mine with 25 euros

DIY Automatic Fish Feeder for Aquaponics

Do you have an aquaponic system? Cannot be there the hours that your fish have to eat? Big automatic fish feeders are quite expensive. Have a look how I made mine with 25 euros

18-tray Fodder Kit | This kit will feed three horses, three dry cows, 30 goats, 75 chicken, or 75 rabbits | Goats still require additional hay, but can be of low quality (check FAQ through link for best info)

18-tray Fodder Kit | This kit will feed three horses, three dry cows, 30 goats, 75 chicken, or 75 rabbits | Goats still require additional hay, but can be of low quality (check FAQ through link for best info)

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