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How a 7-Year-Old Challenged Me to Take the “Feed Greatness Challenge” October 2018 – Sponsored by Purina Animal Nutrition By: Charlotte Brunin In this post, I am going to tell you how I stumbled into Purina’s Feed Greatness Challenge through rigorous campaigning by a seven-year-old. Sometimes the smallest voices make the most sense. Our three remaining hens […]Read more »
by Heather Nicholson of Scratch Cradle Are you getting more eggs in your basket? In spring as the day length increases, chickens will lay more frequently. Did you know that leg color, egg color, and behavior may change as well? Chickens lay fewer eggs in the winter and more in the spring and summer. As […]Read more »
by Shannon Cole of Country Girl In The Village This winter has been a long and cold one in Michigan. It is a welcome sight to see the snow and hope that this precipitation is replenishing the land for all that it lost in Summer’s droughts. For my flock, we do not add heat lamps […]Read more »
by Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick I had never witnessed one of my hens laying an egg until today and as luck would have it, I had my camera handy! I find the entire process of egg-laying fascinating and thought I’d share with you some of the more interesting, random facts I have learned […]Read more »