Should You Bring Home Baby Chicks This Year?
“Ah, the chicken bug has bitten you and you’re either seriously considering becoming a first time chicken owner, or you’re already well on your way, searching for extra information in order to be well prepared. I applaud you for your time doing research first before you bring home baby chicks. Inevitably spring comes along each year and many people see the adorable fluff balls that are baby chicks for sale at different outdoor retailers. They’re so cute and seem so easy to take home- how hard could it be?”
You’ve decided to bring some baby chicks home! Congratulations, you will love the experience! It doesn’t matter if you’re in year one or year thirty of chicken keeping, collecting fresh eggs and watching your chickens roam will never get old. We’re here to help you every step of the way. Here’s all the essential supplies […]
This post may contain affiliate links, read my full disclosure here. Winter, with it’s dropping temperatures, snow, wind, rain and ice can bring up a lot of concerns for new chicken owners. It’s easy to feel sorry for them from our nice cozy homes while they’re out in the cold. The reality is that chickens […]
This post may contain affiliate links, read my full disclosure here. Preserving Eggs With Hydrated (Pickling or Slaked) Lime This post is a fun one I’ve been meaning to get around to for a while. Calcium Hydroxide, who knew? Let’s preserve fresh eggs together. First of all who doesn’t love chickens and all the comic […]
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