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Chicken Coop Construction: Building A Chicken Coop For A Cold Climate

Chicken Coop Construction: Building A Chicken Coop For A Cold Climate

Guinea fowl, this is a vulturine, very hard to obtain  Coolest bird ever!

The vulturine guineafowl (Acryllium vulturinum) is the largest extant species of guineafowl. It is a resident breeder in northeast Africa, from southern Ethiopia through Kenya and just into northern Tanzania.

Safe Egg Handling Practices: Are we doing it right?  Different cultures store eggs differently, as do different generations.  Find out how to store eggs and why we feel we should do it the way we do. | The 104 Homestead

Safe Egg Handling Practices

Old Farm Wisdom. Safe Egg Handling Practices: Are we doing it right? Different cultures store eggs differently, as do different generations. Find out how to store eggs and why we feel we should do it the way we do.

chicken tractors | Wheel lift for a chicken tractor

[When aircraft designers retire.] "Instructions for making chicken tractor wheels that retract using an interesting kind of paddle.

Helmeted Guinea-fowl (Numida meleagris): Lives on the savannah and in the bush eating insects and seeds. They enjoy eating ticks and that possibly reduces the spread of lyme disease.

FYI -- Helmeted Guinea-fowl - (I was close - Guinea Hens?) Lives on the savannah and in the bush eating insects and seeds. They enjoy eating ticks and that possibly reduces the spread of lyme disease.

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Funny Animal Pictures Of The Day – 18 Pics

A blue Bresse rooster by Greenfire Farms

This COCK stands tall and erect with his pride sticking out, and has but one Kitty in the hen house, and that's you Babydoll ~A blue Bresse rooster by Greenfire Farms

Lemon Pyle Brahma a rare chicken breed  (at first glance, I thought it said "Lemon PIE")   lol.....

Rare Chicken Breeds - Lemon Pyle Brahma (rooster pictured above) – A large breed with magnificent markings and colors. Legs completely covered in feathers. Hens will lay around 180 eggs per year.

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