October Blog: Keeping Your Chickens Entertained

Keeping chickens takes more than setting up a coop and hoping for eggs. Boredom and loneliness are both real things when it comes to chickens. They love being busy and keeping entertained. If you let your chickens be free-range, you may think that allowing them access to your yard is entertainment enough. However, they will…

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July Blog: Chicken Breeds for Beginners

If you’re just getting into keeping chickens, there’s going to be quite a bit to learn. Thankfully, you’ll learn a lot as you go and it will all be worth it when you’re enjoying your fresh-picked eggs for breakfast and dare we say; you might even just grow to love them!  One of the first…

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June Blog: How to Deal With Chicken Bullies

Chickens are highly intelligent creatures. Having a backyard or farm chicken coop not only provides you with eggs and nourishment for you and your family, but it can also be an entertaining experience. However, when a bully joins the flock, it can lead to a stressful time for you and your hens. Is my chicken…

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May Blog: Essential tools for chicken beginners

Raising chickens can be rewarding for anyone, thanks to their easy upkeep. Once you’ve taken care of your chickens’ three basic needs (food, water, and shelter), your days are pretty much set to watch those little cluckers frolic in their coop. There are some essential tools, however, that you should keep in mind to keep…

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10 Healthy Treats Your “Peck-y” Eaters Will Love

Chickens are a huge investment, and their feed can cost up to 75% of your monthly expense. Nevertheless, we do get attached to these lovely creatures and often want to gift them with a special treat that’s still healthy.  What not to feed your chickens Chickens can be “peck”y eaters, but there are also specific…

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Got Rats In Your Coop? We Can Help.

Whether you live in town or in the country, it’s summer or winter, there’s always a chance that you can become a target for rats. You’ll often hear that having chickens makes rats inevitable, but don’t believe it. There’s a way to avoid attracting rats and it’s by understanding the reason why they decide to…

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How to Train Your Chickens to Use A Grandpa’s Feeders

Chickens are incredibly smart creatures. We know it can be a hoot to watch your chickens interact with each other in your coop, but you may have also recognized that they are able to anticipate future events as well as quickly adapt to their environments very well. This makes the excellent usage of a Grandpa…

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