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Articles about coop

Home & Garden
by macaspeer
9 years ago
Choke the Chicken Coop - 3 Mistakes Coop Builders Make

There are three chicken coop building mistakes most builders make. If you can overcome these issues now, it will help you create a chicken coop that will work for your family, not choke the fun and life out of the chicken raising experience.

Home & Garden
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9 years ago
The Homestead Living Series: Building a Chicken Coop (Chapter 2)

The Homestead Living Series: Building the Coop Sharing your life with chickens will provide you with plenty of entertainment and a nice supply of eggs. It will also supply you with plenty of fertilizer! When you think about planning your chicken coop, you will want to make sure...

by chbear32
10 years ago
Building A Chicken Coop At A Cheap Cost

So are you thinking of building a chicken coop? You may have been considering it for a while, but felt that it would cost you too much. Or that you needed to use special material to build it. But really the overall

project can cost...

Pets & Animals
by Sookie
10 years ago
Portable Chicken Coop For Sale - Tips On Where To Buy Kits

  If you have made the decision to raise your own chickens, then you will need to find a portable chicken coop for sale. Portable chicken coops, are usually purchased in kits, and can be taken down just as easily as put together. This is...

Home & Garden
by MEKingsley
5 years ago
Raising Chickens-Quick Tips for Getting Started

If you're one of the growing number of people thinking about raising backyard chickens, here's a quick, step-by-step guide to getting started. Enjoy your own fresh eggs every day!

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
How to Raise Peacocks and Peahens

When I was a child, our farm was always the weird farm because we had dozens of peacocks running rampant about the landscape. Our house is still like that today. Owning peafowl is like bringing a little bit of the zoo home with you. They are exotic birds, but live rather well in temperate climates.

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
7 years ago
Keeping Backyard Chickens

If you love the idea of going outside in the morning and grabbing fresh eggs for breakfast, then backyard chickens just might be for you.  With the increase in popularity over the last few years, supplies are easier than ever to come by, and almost everyone knows someone with...

Pets & Animals
by skeffling
8 years ago
10 Ways to Prevent Coccidiosis in Chickens so They Never Need Treatment

Once you have experienced treating coccidiosis in chickens and have lost chicks, you never want another outbreak. The worry and upset are something you can avoid. Any way you can prevent further losses is worth trying, and I have a great list of tips for you to reduce this common and sometimes devastating poultry disease. Acting quickly is the key at first, then coccidiosis prevention in the future is the way to go.

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
7 years ago
Starting Your Backyard Chickens from Chicks

You can raise chicks to adulthood in your house or backyard.  It isn't hard, and this article should tell you everything you need to know to get started.

Pets & Animals
by JudyE
9 years ago
The Delaware Chicken - Characteristics

The Delaware is now regarded as dangerously close to extinction. It is a fine dual purpose breed, originally bred for its well fleshed carcass but it also produces a good number of large eggs. Such is the quality of the meat that the bird is listed on the Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste.

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
7 years ago
Treating Bumblefoot in Chickens

This potentially lethal condition that affects chickens' feet can be easily treated if caught early. Tips for prevention and detection are also provided.

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
7 years ago
Giving chicks to a Broody Hen to Raise

The easiest way to raise chicks is to have another chicken do the work. Given your chicks to a broody hen usually works as long as you take it slowly and pay attention to what's going on.

Environment
by Eliza R.
5 years ago
9 Reasons Why You Should Start Raising Backyard Chickens This Summer

Do you know someone who raises chickens in their backyard? Ever wonder if you could do it too? The answer is yes! And here are 9 reasons why you should start this summer!

Pets & Animals
by JStrout
7 years ago
Backyard Chicken Emergencies

If you raise chickens in your back yard, or small farm, you'll end up doing a lot of the treatment yourself. Here are a few things I've learned over the last few years.

Technology
by JudyE
9 years ago
ISA Brown Chicken - Characteristics

The ISA Brown chicken is an excellent choice as a friendly, productive backyard chicken. They make great pets and are easily picked up and handled by children. Being a hybrid breed, they are hardy and economical to keep.

Home & Garden
by AJWalton
9 years ago
Duck Houses - How to Provide Shelter For Our Web-Footed Friends

A duck house is generally constructed or positioned for use by ducks for protection during nesting. They have been considered helpful for various species in particular the wood duck. Styles and sizes are available for several different species and for use in the wild or for raised birds.

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Home & Garden
by MEKingsley
5 years ago
Backyard Chickens-Dead or Alive?

If you've decided to raise backyard chickens, one of your biggest concerns is keeping them alive! Wherever you are in the process, it's never too late to get serious about predator protection.

Health
by alexwhite305
8 years ago
5 Reasons Chickens Make Fantastic Family Pets

Chickens are quickly becoming popular pets because they have so much to offer. Learn exactly why and how to get started.

Entertainment
by egdcltd
5 years ago
Movie Review: Interstellar

Interstellar sees a ship travelling to another galaxy through a wormhole in a last-ditch attempt to save humanity.

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
9 years ago
Wineville Chicken Coop Murders

Probably one of the most sinister and sensational murder cases in this country's history escaped much public notice for almost 70 years, until Clint Eastwood brought one aspect of this bizarre crime to the big screen as his movie, The Changeling. But the bigger case upon which this film was based is far richer, more complex, and darker, and ranks as one of the more notorious episodes in American crime.

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