Can I Keep Chicks In The House? What Killed My Chicks?, Are Heatlamps Necessary? Why Do Chickens Roll? Do Chicks Need Nesting Box Training? [Podcast]
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Can I Keep Chicks In The House? What Killed My Chicks?, Are Heatlamps Necessary? Why Do Chickens Roll? Do Chicks Need Nesting Box Training? [Podcast]

Chicks, raccoon drama, chickens rolling, and nesting boxes are all on the table for today’s episode of What The Cluck?! In today’s podcast, I answer your questions, and we got some great ones this week. Like you, I’ve run to the feed store to buy some chicks, so it seems appropriate that most of this…

Stop Egg Eating Chickens Today: ‘What The Cluck?!’ Session 14 [Podcast]
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Stop Egg Eating Chickens Today: ‘What The Cluck?!’ Session 14 [Podcast]

If you want to stop egg eating chickens, there’s a lot of options. I’ve had to deal with this bad habit a few times on our homestead, and I have a couple of options I like.  In this episode of What The Cluck?! we look at my favorite ways to stop egg eating chickens as well…

Adding A Rooster To Your Flock: Care & Quirks

Adding A Rooster To Your Flock: Care & Quirks

A good rooster is like gold – seriously. The purpose of a rooster is, above all, to protect your hens. Their ability to fertilize their eggs is another benefit, albeit a secondary one. In addition to adding beauty to your flock, a good rooster will take care of your hens and provide you with companionship…

5 Chickens to Raise for Colored Eggs

5 Chickens to Raise for Colored Eggs

  What happens when you cross awesome chickens with colored eggs? You get something fan-freakin-tastic that has both beauty and functionality. Breakfast just got a little more interesting, and now every day feels like spring. For a frugal way to add beauty to your day, consider adding colored egg layers to your flock. Here’s 5…

How to Hatch Chicken Eggs (Even Without Incubators)

How to Hatch Chicken Eggs (Even Without Incubators)

Fluffy chicks are the best and learning how to hatch chicken eggs (and hatch eggs at home without an incubator) is a ton of fun! Letting Mother Nature (who knows how to incubate chicken eggs perfectly) do her thing is always best, but if your hens aren’t broody (wanting to sit on eggs) or if…