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48 DIY Chicken Coops You Need in Your Backyard
It's easier than you think to build your own chicken coop! Check out these creative DIY chicken coop design ideas, plus easy to follow tutorials and plans.
Introducing New Chickens to the Flock Step-by-Step
Introducing new chickens to your existing flock can be stressful. We've made it easy with this step-by-step guide for a strategy that works every time!
6 Best Farm Animals to Raise (and 1 Not to) When You're Just Starting out
Thinking of raising chickens, goats or cows? Read this article to decide which farm animals are the best, as we give you all the input and guides you need.
Custom Egg Stamp — the SHOP by Boxwood Avenue
Add your family name to farm fresh eggs, and much more with this custom chicken egg stamp! This is the perfect gift for the chicken lover in your life! This listing includes one custom rubber stamp with the option of a food-grade ink pad. These stamps measure approximately 1" tall by up to 1" wide (stamp width depends on length of wording), and work best when used on room temperature eggs. We have found that we get the cleanest impressions when we ink the stamp, blot it on a piece of…
Topic of the Week - Coop Heating and Fire Safety
Pic by @aoxa In the winter months many concerned chicken keepers provide supplemented heat for their flocks, usually in the shape of a heat lamp. This...
9 Natural De-Worming Plants for Backyard Chickens - Hobby Farms
Take preventative measures to keep your chickens free of worms by growing and feeding them these natural de-worming plants.
5 Boredom-Busting Super Treats For Chickens - Hobby Farms
If there’s not much for your free-ranging chickens to forage for this winter, sub in these super-healthy treats instead.
DIY First Aid Kit For Backyard Chickens
Learn how to make a chicken first aid kit with this free checklist and some basic wound care tips. Be prepared to treat chicken injuries and illnesses with these supplies.
How Help A Sick Chicken - Q & A With A Chicken Vet | You Should Grow
Learn how to care for a sick chicken with these tips from a chicken vet. Here are 20 signs your chicken is sick and what you can do about it.
CHICKEN COOP TOUR — Kristin Peddicord
It’s finally here! Our chicken coop/run! One of the most stressful things about getting chickens for me was figuring out the coop situation! We are not that handy, so I knew building was out of the question. I started researching and stumbled across David’s Chicken Coops . Watching his videos and
A step by step list of how to prepare your coop for winter.
Prepare your chicken coop for winter by following these few easy steps. Safe, clean and healthy hens produce the best eggs.