Comfrey Salve For Chickens: Oh So Effective For First Aid
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Comfrey Salve For Chickens: Oh So Effective For First Aid

Comfrey salve with oregano is really easy to make, and it’s one of those home remedies that should be in your natural first aid kit. It’s simple to whip up in just 30 minutes (and I mean literally whip up – once you have your ingredients assembled, it’s just about melting and stirring) but you’ll…

Keep Chickens Safe From Predators Using 10 Expert Tips [Podcast]
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Keep Chickens Safe From Predators Using 10 Expert Tips [Podcast]

If you’re not sure of the best ways to keep chickens safe from predators, there’s only a few simple rules you should be concerned about. We don’t have too many predators in our area, but I still follow these rules as much as possible. While they won’t cost you very much, they’re still critical to…

Can Chickens Eat Citrus? Why Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong [Podcast]
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Can Chickens Eat Citrus? Why Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong [Podcast]

Can chickens eat citrus? You’ll be surprised not just by the answer, but by how wrong the myths out there about feeding citrus to chickens really are. Frequently, we see advice online that advises us to not feed our backyard chickens things like oranges, limes, and lemons. And in reality, many chickens don’t even like them….

5 Supplements For Healthier Eggs That Yield BIG Results For YOUR Health [Podcast]
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5 Supplements For Healthier Eggs That Yield BIG Results For YOUR Health [Podcast]

If you’re not feeding these 5 dietary supplements to your hens, you’re probably missing out on healthier eggs. There’s no magic here, no hocus pocus (promise). These are 5 ingredients you possibly already have in your pantry that you likely overlooked because nobody told you how important they are to guarantee the quality of your…

Rooster Rockstars: What Makes A Good Rooster Anyway? [Podcast]
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Rooster Rockstars: What Makes A Good Rooster Anyway? [Podcast]

Before you add a rooster to your flock, you should know there’s certain behaviors you should accept, and some that you should avoid like the plague. Knowing the difference can mean the health and happiness of your flock as a whole. See, sometimes roosters seem okay, but they can make your flock nervous or flighty. In this…

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