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A Free Source Of Information for poultry keepers,raisers and beginners
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10 DIY Homemade Chicken egg incubators that are cheap and easy to build

Depending on the make and model, egg incubators can be a very expensive luxury. 

So can a homemade incubator be any less expensive whilst still providing the  optimum levels of heating and humidity you need for a successful hatch?
#diyproject   #chicken   #poultry  

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Guide to Choose Right Breeds of Chickens

One of the most exciting steps in starting your own backyard chicken flock is trying to decide which chicken breed to get.

There are hundreds of chicken breeds to choose from, but here're most favorite breeds you can choose from.
#backyard   #chicken   #breeds  

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20 Stylish chicken Coop Design Ideas For Your Lovely Birds

Want to raise chickens but not sure what type of coop is best for your backyard? These 11 stylish hen houses will help you decide whether to buy one or design and build one yourself.
#chicken   #coop   #poultry  

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A flock of heritage chicken breeds could be well-suited to your setting. 
Here are 15 Heritage Chicken Breeds for Your Backyard.
#poultry   #backyard   #meat   #egg  

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How to make dust bath for chickens

A healthy and good smelling chicken NEEDS to take a dust bath on a regular basis. Chances are if your chicken is “not too fresh,” then they do not have access to a dust bath. But, dust bathing not only helps keep your chickens smelling fresh, it also minimizes the chances of them carrying lice and mites. 

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How to make dust bath for chickens

A healthy and good smelling chicken NEEDS to take a dust bath on a regular basis. Chances are if your chicken is “not too fresh,” then they do not have access to a dust bath. But, dust bathing not only helps keep your chickens smelling fresh, it also minimizes the chances of them carrying lice and mites.   #chicken   #coop  
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