Raising chickens is often done as a way to have fresh eggs for cooking. A great way to ensure you have a good supply is to make healthy treats for chickens.

Raising chickens is often done as a way to have fresh eggs for cooking. A great way to ensure you have a good supply is to make healthy treats for chickens.

How to Hatch Turkey Eggs in an Incubator: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

Hatch Turkey Eggs in an Incubator

How to Hatch Turkey Eggs in an Incubator: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

Turkey Incubation And Hatching Guide

Turkey Incubation And Hatching Guide

Raising chickens has gained a lot of popularity over the past few years. If you take proper care of your chickens, you will have fresh eggs regularly. You need a chicken coop to raise chickens properly. Use these chicken coop essentials so that you can...

Kid warmer: A 55 gallon FOOD GRADE plastic barrel. Cut a hole the diameter of a heat lamp in the top lid leaving enough to run 4 screws through the rim of the metal lampshade into the top of the barrel. Be sure the bulb won't be touching the plastic. Put a square of chicken wire under the bulb just in case it burst the screen would catch parts. Cut a door with a jigsaw. Secure to stall wall, add straw and babies. It also casts a nice glow for doing barn checks at night.

Kid warmer: A 55 gallon FOOD GRADE plastic barrel. Cut a hole the diameter of a heat lamp in the top lid leaving enough to run 4 screws through the rim of the metal lampshade into the top of the barrel. Be sure the bulb won't be touching the plastic. Put a square of chicken wire under the bulb just in case it burst the screen would catch parts. Cut a door with a jigsaw. Secure to stall wall, add straw and babies. It also casts a nice glow for doing barn checks at night.

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