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The Basics Of Caring For Chickens

Chickens are fun and loving creatures that also provide a constant supply of fresh eggs. However, you need to take proper care of them if you want to have a beautiful flock of happy and healthy chickens. Discover everything you need to know about the...

Heated chicken bucket waterer - Works awesome! -10 below and still not frozen :)

Heated bucket chicken waterer

Lu Ann Shank did such a good job of describing her homemade, heated bucket waterer that I'mjust copying her em

I have to make this heated waterer for my chickens and guineas.

my new water system

Dh and I got so tired of the problems using the typical chicken water setup on a heated base. Seemed like all it was really good for getting full of...

The Chicken Chick: Make a Cookie Tin Waterer Heater. Under $10, & 10 minutes in 3 steps!

Make a Cookie Tin Waterer Heater. Under $10, & 10 minutes!

Winter brings many challenges for the backyard chicken-keeper, and frozen water is chief among them. You can make your own waterer heater for use with either metal or plastic waterers. It will cost less than $10, cost pennies to run and you can complete the project in under ten minutes! We had ...

DIY Chicken Water Heater: Less Than Four Minutes and Four Dollars | City Girl Farming Blog

DIY Chicken Water Heater: Less Than Four Minutes and Four Dollars - CITY GIRL FARMING

Thawing out chicken waterers is a pain. A necessary pain, but a pain none the less. Of course I can’t complain since I live in the Pacific Northwest and only have to thaw my girl’s water maybe a dozen times a year. (I know, I know. I’m a lightweight.) I’m fortunate. But, the water thawing thing is […]

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DUST BATH FOR CHICKEN WINTER - Google Search

Herb Garden

If you love fresh spaghetti sauce or pesto, then you've just got to have fresh basil and other herbs all year round! A nice window garden getting at least 4 or 5 hours of direct light from a sunny window will give you something to pinch here and there. Gardens with mint, rosemary, bay leaf, savory, oregano, chervil, basil, and thyme are some of the easiest to grow this way. Steps 1 Provide adequate light. The goal is a vegetative light cycle (18 hours of light at least), with eight or more…

DIY Instructions for Very EASY heated waterer for under $20 bucks

DIY Instructions for Very EASY heated waterer for under $20 bucks

This thread is a "replacement" for my old thread where I was trying to figure out the best heated waterer....

Heated bucket chicken waterer | Avian Aqua Miser

Heated bucket chicken waterer

Lu Ann Shank did such a good job of describing her homemade, heated bucket waterer that I'mjust copying her em