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"Rise and shine" has a whole new meaning when you have chickens. With a rooster in the barnyard, you don't need an alarm clock. We'll tell you why he crows. Radio interview source...
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Is there fowl language in your chicken house? Chickens communicate with each other, and if you pay attention, you might understand what they're clucking about. Radio interview source: Josh...
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When transporting birds, always make sure they're in containers with adequate ventilation and absorbent bottoms so they don't slip. Partition the containers, too, so the birds don't...
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When backyard hobbyists first start raising chickens, they are sometimes astounded by the number of different chicken breeds that are available. A quick perusal of your favorite hatchery's...
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With some patience and a sense of humor, you may discover your favorite chicken is no dumb cluck. You can train your chicken to do tricks by using the click method. Radio interview source: Lisa...
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To raise chickens and sell the meat labeled as organic, no antibiotics, drugs, or synthetic parasiticides are allowed. Unfortunately, there aren't many options for people who want to treat their...
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If you're having trouble putting up with an aggressive rooster around your farm, you don't have to play the avoid game. Sometimes you just need to show him who runs the farm. Here's how...
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If you want to raise a few chickens but don't know where to put them, try an Eglu Cube. It's easy to clean, durable, and perfect for people just starting out with a small flock. Radio...
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Starting a poultry flock Whether for meat and eggs or just as a hobby, poultry flocks are very popular on acreages. If you're thinking of starting a flock, get your coop in order first....
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When raising chickens, one of the most important decisions a backyard hobbyist must make -- besides the choice to actually raise chickens, of course -- is how the chickens will be housed. Most...

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