DIY Old Tyre Chicken Dust Bath
Do your chickens have a dust bath? It is essential that you build a dust bath for your girls so that they can take regular [...]
Miss Tis Coop
Miss Tis Coop My lovely wife Tis and I decided to get a few chickens for the eggs and just to have fun with. She works at Boys & Girls Country in Hockley, TX which is a childrens home. We live on the college kids and staff campus. This is her...
design for chicken coop
design for chicken coop As you examine the various chicken house design plans you find, it's vital that you just keep a handful of key points planned if you are to decide on a chicken house plan in which serves an individual well over time. When chickens aren't comfortable of their surroundings, they may not be going to put eggs well, so you will be left asking yourself where you travelled wrong. Listed below are the main elements that virtually any chicken house design you look with must…
DIY Chicken Coop Plans & Ideas - DIY for Life
If you live in the country and like fresh eggs and the sounds of chickens clucking happily then building a chicken coop may be the right plan for you. If ... Read More
Backyard Chicken Keeping - Urban Chickens – Backyard Chicken Keeping
Urban Chickens has been dedicated to the practice of backyard chicken keeping in urban and suburban environments.
A Practical Guide to Keeping Chickens: Chicken Basics
A Practical Guide to Keeping Chickens! Learn all about chicken parts, breeds and how to care for them. A must read for keeping backyard chickens.
How to Build a Chicken Coop That Keeps Your Birds Safe
Taking care of chickens can be as easy as you want it to be and chicken coop plans can be as simple or as fancy as you wish and are willing to build. This is a basic guide on setting up your first chicken coop, how you should build and keep the surrounding area nice and fresh for chickens.
A Practical Guide to Keeping Chickens - All About Chicks! - Oh Lardy
So, you have decided you want chickens! You have done your research, and you know the perfect breeds for your backyard! Either you go to your local feed store (or order them online) to pick them out! But, how many do you get? Hopefully, the size of your backyard and your City Code has given