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Our chickens like to forage into the woods find their greens.  We feed our chickens a lot of seeds and grains, but in hot weather we ...

Our chickens like to forage into the woods find their greens. We feed our chickens a lot of seeds and grains, but in hot weather we ...

Chicken Run Landscaping - "She has some great info, with pictures, of what types of bushes, shrubs and flowers you can plant that are not toxic to chickens AND that they won't eat. ...because apparently, they will eat quite a few plants. She also tells you why these particular plants are beneficial to the chickens."

Chicken Run Landscaping - "She has some great info, with pictures, of what types of bushes, shrubs and flowers you can plant that are not toxic to chickens AND that they won't eat. ...because apparently, they will eat quite a few plants. She also tells you why these particular plants are beneficial to the chickens."

Boredom Busters for Chickens tasty nibbles of wheat, seeds, fruit and molasses (hence you will find it is sticky to touch). Molasses were used, according to my old poultry keeping book, in poultry feed in days gone by, and is said to help the hens digestion.

Boredom Busters for Chickens tasty nibbles of wheat, seeds, fruit and molasses (hence you will find it is sticky to touch). Molasses were used, according to my old poultry keeping book, in poultry feed in days gone by, and is said to help the hens digestion.

Mice in your chicken coop can cause all kinds of health and sanitary issues - not to mention freeloading off your flock's feed! Here's 5 pro tips you can use TODAY to keep the mice at bay!

Keep Your Chicken Coop Mice-Free This Winter! [Podcast]

Mice in your chicken coop can cause all kinds of health and sanitary issues - not to mention freeloading off your flock's feed! Here's 5 pro tips you can use TODAY to keep the mice at bay!

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Plant alfalfa, clover, and flax for chickens to eat to increasethe omega 3s on their eggs

Plant alfalfa, clover, and flax for chickens to eat to increasethe omega 3s on their eggs

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