Brooder and nest boxes
The brooder lid can be held open with hooks. It has become an additional favorite nesting box. Dove and Batman have laid eggs of approval in the boxes.
$100 Diy Portable Coop
For just $100 in lumber and supplies, and a few hours, we DIYed this coop for four hens with 10 square feet of covered coop space, 40 square feet of run (with rain cover)! This is a fast, economical but very functional coop that is...
The Chicken Tractor: A Mobile Chicken Coop
Do your backyard chickens need a new home? Why not try a chicken tractor – the mobile home for chickens! Check out our easy-to-use DIY guide!
Portland Chickens on Instagram: “I decided to label which chicken laid what color in case anyone was wondering. #eggs #eggcolors #dscolor”
What color does your chicken lay? Amercauna, easter egger, salmon faverolle, barred rock, black copper Maran chickens. “I decided to lay out which chicken laid what color in case anyone was wondering. #eggs #eggcolors #dscolor”
Raising Chickens That Lay Easter Basket Eggs
chickens, Easter Eggers, Olive Eggers, French Black Copper Marans, Brown Leghorn, Americaunas, Backyard flock, backyard chickens, free range eggs
Cold weather chickens-8 things NOT to do in winter-My Pet Chicken blog
How to prepare your chickens for winter isn't especially intuitive, and many people may take steps that can actually make things more difficult for their flock rather than helping them to become cold weather chickens! Choosing cold hardy breeds (if you live in an area of cold winters) is certainly an important first step! But…
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Sweet & Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders - one of the best things we ate last week. Only 4 simple ingredients - chicken, bacon, brown sugar and chili powder. They only take about 5 minutes to make and are ready to eat in under 30 minutes. Sweet and salty in one bite!
There is nothing quite like a delicious breakfast of bacon and eggs. This is especially true if the eggs are free range and the bacon does not contain any harmful additives or hormones. If you are privileged enough to own a small acreage then you should...