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Natural Treatments for Chicken Diseases

Natural Treatments for Chicken Diseases

Despite your best efforts, sometimes a chicken falls ill. There are many common chicken diseases that can affect your flock, but fortunately there are simple and effective natural remedies available …

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breaking broody hen

Broody hen – Breaking the cycle

How to stop a hen being broody and preventing it in future.

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keeping chickens safe

Keeping your chickens safe

When you start with chicken keeping, one of the main considerations will be keeping your chickens safe. Before you can buy your first chicken, you must decide how you are …

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Backyard Chicken Basics

Backyard Chicken- The Basics

Why do people keep chickens in the backyard? Chickens are fun! Chickens give you eggs! They are cheap, organic pest control! They fertilize the garden!

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Chicken Pets – Why kids love them!

Chicken Pets – Why kids love them!

Chicken pets? I see many people shaking their heads and wondering why we think chickens make the best pets for kids. A flock of chickens can be educational in a variety of ways and also inspire affection and love.

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Chicken Mites

Chicken Mites – how to check and treat

The mites that infest chickens generally are not usually ones that will be able to live on humans on a long-term basis, but they can bite people which often results …

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What to feed chicken

Chicken Feed – What to feed and when

Chicken Feed – there are so many brands with differences in ingredients and presentation. There are also different feed types within the same brand name. It can be quite confusing, …

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hemp bedding

Why use hemp bedding for chickens

It is important to use a good quality bedding for your chickens as it absorbs some of the faeces and helps keep the coop looking and smelling better for longer. …

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