The girls have been scratching around and getting the
How to Control Ammonia Odor in the Coop
It’s that time of year when the cold is setting in We woke up to a blanket of snow on the ground this morning And while it’s beautiful, the chickens prefer the dirt and grass A couple of them may wander in the snow, but for the most part, the girls stay tucked in their coop
We’ve talked about how much chickens poop, so you can imagine what a coop full of chickens may look
Does Cracked Corn Keep Chickens Warm?
Try the Chicken E-lixir Challenge!
Support the Health + Vitality of Your Chickens With Snacks!
Snacks are a great way to develop a bond between you and your chickens They are also a good reward, a great
Why Feed Oyster Shells?
For an adult hen who is laying eggs, calcium is pulled from the hen’s body to create the egg An egg contains 94-97% calcium carbonate That’s a lot of calcium to pull from a hen who isn’t getting extra calcium supplemented to her! This can cause problems for our little feathered friends The great news is that if you leave oyster shells out all the