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Chicken garden

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Plants that thrive & survive in my chicken run – Treats for Chickens

My journey in creating my chicken run. The best way to do that is by growing plants in your chicken run. Plants in your run can be beneficial as well as more aesthetically + aromatic pleasing.

Learn how to keep your chicken coop cool, save money on feed, and make sure your chickens lay more eggs with this great list of hacks and tips for your backyard chicken coops! #BackyardChickens #Chickens #ChickenCoop #RaisingChickens #Hacks #Lifehacks #Homestead #Homesteading #Eggs #LayingHens #Roosters

Learn how to keep your chicken coop cool, save money on feed, and make sure your chickens lay more eggs with this great list of hacks and tips for your backyard chicken coops! #BackyardChickens #Chickens #ChickenCoop #RaisingChickens #Hacks #Lifehacks #Homestead #Homesteading #Eggs #LayingHens #Roosters

Coop Friendly Plants to Plant in your Chicken Run for Shade and Forage - Hawk Hill

In this article, I'm sharing a few of the odd planting methods I use to keep plants growing in, around, and over my chicken coop. Growing the chicken-friendly plants, flowers, and shrubs in my chicken run prevents erosion, promotes flock health, and provides supplemental feed.

How to Build a DIY Backyard Chicken Tunnel                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Chicken like to eat plants and dig dirt to find worms. If you don’t put them in cages or chicken coops, your backyard will be very messy. If you have a bigger yard and would like your chicken to have more space, then these chicken tunnels are a great idea. The tunnel is designed to […]

Does your chicken coop stink? Here's how to keep it smelling fresh and clean all year round! #chickencoop #chickens #homesteading

Does your chicken coop stink? Here's how to keep it smelling fresh and clean all year round! #chickencoop #chickens #homesteading

Rotational Chicken Runs around your Garden to Reduce Feeding Costs

Our backyard chicken was designed to have rotational chicken runs around the garden. Chicken moat designs and backyard chicken run ideas

Approximately 2% of all chicken eggs have some defect, ranging from minor, barely noticeable faults to downright alarming deformities. So the chances are pretty good that most, if not all flock owners will at some stage find an irregular egg. This article is about the most common egg irregularities and problems and their causes.

Approximately 2% of all chicken eggs have some defect, ranging from minor, barely noticeable faults to downright alarming deformities. So the chances are pretty good that most, if not all flock owners will at some stage find an irregular egg. This article is about the most common egg irregularities and problems and their causes.