Building a Chicken Coop - Backyard Chicken Product: Chicken Coops - Cottage Style chicken coop (up to 15 chickens) - from My Pet Chicken Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.
straw or shavings in the chicken coop: I asked my grandma which they used in their coops growing up and she said dirt. Yes, the dirt on the ground, no built floor, just on top of the dirt, be (Chicken Coop Cleaning)
Chicken Bath 101 -- Community Chickens- im not a crazy chicken lady but like know the food my family eats comes from a healthy clean source. I don't recommend OVER DOING this but feel like its a good routine probably semi annually with the whole flock
Chicken Coop - Homemade Chicken Coop Deodorizer Spray... #chickens #homesteading Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.
Catch system to collect the food that was spilling out of t he feeder. Smart way to not waste food and prevent the all-you-can-eat mouse buffet. - build a box about 1 and inches deep and laid the plastic grid from a florescent light in the top.
Building a Chicken Coop - 2 Ingredient Chicken Coop Sanitizer - Super easy way to keep your chickens safe and healthy Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.
Daily Chicken Manicures: Using sand in the chicken coop and run. #ChickenCoopPlans
Chicken Coop Disinfectant Recipe - orange peels steeped in vinegar for a month, then put in a spray bottle. My all-natural store-bought poultry protector smells like that, no wonder. Making my own wou (Chicken Backyard Treats)
Chicken Coop - Mice in your chicken coop can cause all kinds of health and sanitary issues - not to mention freeloading off your flocks feed! Heres 5 pro tips you can use TODAY to keep the mice at bay! Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.
If I had chickens,hahaha! Clean Coop Tips. One secret is raised water with a neat stone-apron surround, feed served up off the ground, lots of good clean litter, fresh air (look at all the hardware cloth!) and room to strut.