Keeping baby chickens and raising them from teeny tiny balls of fluff into charming chooks will be a rewarding experience for any chicken keeper. Here is a visual guide on what to prepare and do the first few days and weeks with your baby chickens. Read our article here for more in depth information, http://www.backyardchickencoops.com.au/first-few-days-and-weeks-with-baby-chicks/ #loveyourchickens #babychickens #infographic
Everything you need to know about hatching chicks with kids and how to incubate chicken eggs at home! You won't believe how simple and inexpensive this science activity can be - and how we do it in our city home!
Keeping chicken in the backyard is really fun, as you will always have fresh eggs and cute pets at home. So if you have a little free space, you could consider building a chicken coop, even though you are only having a tiny backyard. We have found a round up of chicken coop designs that [...]
The variety of colors of chickens' eggs is surprising and beautiful but color of the egg shell does not effect nutritional value or taste of the egg Those qualities are effected by diet, health environment Hens that have access to the outdoors and are able to forage for food lay eggs w/ enhanced flavor nutritional value. 1/3 less cholesterol 1/4 less saturated fat 2/3 more vitamin A 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids 3 times more vitamin E 7 times more beta carotene