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by Melissa Caughey of Tilly’s Nest Gardens and chickens seem to go hand in hand. It is so much fun seeing gardens come to life when the chickens are let out and about to free-range. We enjoy watching them spending their time, exploring, tasting, and making a mess. We often follow behind them with a […]Read more »
by Debbie Bosworth of Dandelion House Howdy everyone! I’m Deb, the new chick in the hen house here at Community Chickens. It’s great to meet you and I look forward to getting to know more fellow chicken keepers through this forum! To say that backyard chicken keeping is in its hay- day is an understatement. […]Read more »
by Donna McGlasson from Gardens & Chickens & Worms, Oh My! Whether you are new to chicken-keeping or just expanding due to chicken math, here are a few tips to make your coop easier for you to clean and more comfortable for your feathered family. 1) Paint every surface with a non-toxic animal-safe paint to […]Read more »
by Donna McGlasson from Gardens & Chickens & Worms, Oh My! Tips for the Chicken Lover’s Soul When Projects are Involved (NO chicken soup here) Over the last year and half that I’ve been raising my chickens, first three hens, then two more, now four more and probably even more later; I’ve learned a few […]Read more »
by Harry Hessen of For the Love of Chicken Poop Spring is here, at least according to the calendar. Are you planning to get chicks and also build your own backyard coop for the first time? If so then you are probably just starting to gather information or have Googled every word related to […]Read more »