Growing sprouts for your chickens is a great way to save money and give them a healthy treat!

Growing sprouts for your chickens is a great way to save money and give them a healthy treat! I take chickens out of a coop, grow sprouts, then put them back in.

Chicken coop by CarolinaCoops on Etsy, $3500.00 - gorgeous. maybe there's a way to build something like this for much less

Splashy chicken coop kits in Exterior Craftsman with Hens And Chicks next to Chicken Run alongside Cat House and Chicken Roost Ladder Credit to Carolina Coops

Easy PVC no spill chicken feeder. No more losing feed to chickens tossing their feed. Updated to include a little hack to prevent even more feed waste.

The best chicken feeder in the world.

Get the Right Chicken Feeder for Your Flock Keeping chickens, ducks and turkeys is a very rewarding hobby, If you have any of them I know that I am not telling you

The ultimate chart of herbs for chicken health. Herbs are key to raising chickens naturally.

The ultimate chart of herbs for chicken health. Herbs are key to raising chickens naturally. + herbs for the family!

Chicken Coops That You Can Do It Youself #ChickenCoopPlans #chickencoopideas

Chicken Coops That You Can Do It Youself #ChickenCoopPlans #chickencoopideas

Mind Your Dirt Urban Backyard Chicken Costs Pinterest Infographic. The actual costs and profits of raising urban backyard chickens will surprise you! The price of chicken feed and bedding is nowhere near what you can get from the eggs, manure and compost material! Check it out! Also, enjoy this awesome pinterest infographic...

Easy Backyard Chicken Coop Plans

Backyard Chicken Costs (Infographic) The actual costs & profits of raising urban backyard chickens will surprise you! The price of chicken feed and bedding is nowhere near what you can get from the eggs, manure and compost material!

Chicken Coop Checklist {Mom with a Prep}

46 Ideas for Building Your Chicken Coop

Here's the Chicken Coop Checklist to end all Chicken Coop Checklists. VIA Mom With a Prep Check out Best of the Web: How to Build a Chicken Coop MORE: Chicken Coop Tips from This Old House Chicken Coop Plan from The Tangled Nest

Building a Chicken Coop Make your own Automatic Chicken Feeder for less than $5.00 For complete steps read more here >>>> www.multitaskingm... Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Building a Chicken Coop Make your own Automatic Chicken Feeder for less than $5.00 For complete steps read more here >>>> www.multitaskingm... Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Building a Chicken Coop Easy Clean Chicken Coops - Litter Trays Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Building a Chicken Coop Easy Clean Chicken Coops - Litter Trays Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

If you want beautiful pops of color in your spring garden, be sure to plant flowering bulbs in the fall. There are hundreds of types of bulbs to choose from and this list will get you started. Ideas include tulips, hyacinth, Siberian squill, daffodils, alliums, and more. And, if you're short on garden space, you can plant them in containers as well. Be sure to get your bulbs before first frost—you've got to plant them before the ground is frozen. #sponsored

20 Flowering Bulbs to Plant in the Fall

In her book The Edible Balcony, Alex Mitchell details how to grow fresh produce, such as sprouts, in small spaces. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/05/23/edible-garden.aspx

In her book The Edible Balcony, Alex Mitchell details how to grow fresh produce, such as sprouts, in small spaces.

SEEDS 101 A really simple quick guide to understanding different seed types and what is best for the home garden. Info includes open-pollinated, heirloom seeds, hybrids, and GMOs.

Seeds 101: Understanding Heirlooms, Hybrids, & More

Seeds A simple guide to the basic types of seeds including open-pollinated, heirloom, hybrid, and GMOs. I stay far away from anything GMO if I can help it

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