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Pets & Animals
by skeffling
8 years ago
Chicken Egg Incubators - How to Choose the Right Incubator for Hatching Fertilized Chicken Eggs

I have recommended the best chicken incubators to help you hatch lots of chicks from fertilised chicken eggs! Lyons Roll-X Turn-X, GQF Sportman Cabinet incubators, Brinsea and R-Com!

Pets & Animals
by skeffling
8 years ago
Brinsea Spot Check Thermometer - Most Important Equipment for Hatching Chicks in an Egg Incubator

The Brinsea Spot Check Thermometer can save the lives of more chicks than any other piece of fertilized egg hatching equipment, either egg incubator or incubator thermometer. Find out how and see how you can easily increase your chick hatching rates and chick vigor with the Brinsea Spot Check Digital Thermometer.

Lifestyle
by skeffling
8 years ago
Chicken Gifts for Christmas - Perfect Poultry Gifts Guide for the Chicken Keeper

What perfect poultry gifts do you buy for Christmas for the chicken keeper? Chicken enthusiasts usually buy their own poultry supplies and equipment for keeping chickens, so finding chicken presents and poultry gift ideas that are unique can be a challenge. We have compiled a list of perfect chicken gifts and ideas for the Chicken Lover in your life for the Christmas Holiday this year.

Pets & Animals
by skeffling
8 years ago
Heritage Chicken Breeds - Articles by Skeffling on Choosing Breeds, Care and Housing

People have many questions when deciding between heritage chicken breeds. Many books and articles have very little to say about a poultry breeds temperament and how enjoyable they are to keep. We having over 40 rare chicken breeds we have been able to compare breeds in detail and learn easier ways to care for them. Here is a road-map to all we have written on the breeds, owning and care of chickens and hatching eggs.

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.

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