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  • How to Winter-Proof Your Chicken Coop

    As winter is fast approaching it can be difficult to know how to keep your flock warm and protect them against harsh winter weather. During the winter it can be common that chickens may stop laying eggs and even fall sick if the right measures aren’t taken. Below we have listed a few tips that will help you protect your chickens this winter.

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  • 5 Best Egg Laying Chicken Breeds

    For many, the fresh supply of eggs is one main incentive of raising egg-laying chickens. One important thing to note is that the choice of your breed determines the number of eggs you get per day.

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  • How To Hand Rear Chicks

    Hand Raising Chickens

    Do you have a hen that has rejected her chicks? Don’t worry, it is a normal thing that

    poultry lovers encounter quite often. If this happens, then the best solution is to hand-rear the chicks.

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  • Mistakes to Avoid When Keeping Chickens

    Keeping chickens can be a daunting project. There are some mistakes that people are making when keeping chickens and they may not even realise it. Resulting in a loss of chickens or even giving up on keeping the chickens. Let’s delve into the top mistakes people make when keeping chickens, and ones in which you should avoid.

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  • Scaly Leg in Chickens: Problems and Solutions

    Many people are rearing chickens in their back garden, to save money and also because these chickens and their eggs are likely to be healthier than the chickens in national and international poultry farms. People who keep chickens also have more control over the food that is fed to their chickens, compared to the chicken in poultry farms who are often fed chemically doused food, which is designed to make them larger and lay more eggs. However, one of the main concerns faced by those who keep chickens is the health of their chickens, as they can fall ill due to a vast number of reasons.

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  • Creating the Right Environment for Your Rabbit.

    Rabbits are active pets and will need plenty of room to hop around. That's why care is extremely important. It’s vital that they are allowed to run around during the day so they need a big enough rabbit hutch and a rabbit run would also be a great idea. The hutch also needs to be secure and, in a place, where its dry and draught free. The whole rabbit hutch should be cleaned out regularly to keep your rabbit happy and healthy.

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  • The ultimate guide on choosing the perfect chicken coop for you

    How many chickens will be in the chicken coop you're planning? How much space do you have for it? What is the most appropriate material? These are important questions that need to be answered in order to find suitable chicken houses.

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  • Top Tips for Raising Baby Chicks

    Baby chicks require much time and attention for them to grow. Therefore, raising chicks is not as easy a task as it seems. This is because you have to know the right information regarding raising them. Without enough knowledge on how to raise the baby chicks, it could cause you to incur a lot of costs. Hence it is important to acquire enough knowledge before starting the task for raising baby chickens. This article discusses the top tips for raising baby chicks.

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  • Best Ways to Protect your Chickens from Predators

    Poultry farming stands to be one of the most lucrative forms of farming for so many reasons, it provides a mix of food and companionship which makes it unique from other types of farming. Whether you're raising chickens for meat, eggs, or simply as pets, you'll know that they're a magnet for hungry predators, which is why it's important to keep them safe. Keep reading for our tips for how to protect chickens from predators.

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  • How to Train Your Rabbit Not to Chew

    The fact that rabbits love to chew things is known by anyone who has seen rabbits. Well, chewing by your rabbit is not entirely wrong. It only becomes a problem when they begin to chew on things that they shouldn’t chew on. These may be furniture, wires and other household items. This trait is either dangerous to the animals or you may end up with a household full of destruction. As such, you need to find a way to ensure that your bunnies are trained not to chew any such things. Rather, they should chew more on the appropriate things. Here are the ways you can train your bunny not to chew on your items.

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