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by Jennifer Sartell of Iron Oak Farm Here at Iron Oak Farm, the spring time hatch is over…well, as far as us humans are concerned. It was a fun and exciting season that included new breeds of chickens, turkeys and all the treasured moments that new babies bring. If the chickens decide to hatch something […]Read more »
by Jennifer Burcke A few weeks ago, I mentioned that I would be publishing a series of posts that invited you to join in by sharing your opinions and comments. I am always interested to learn from the experience of other chicken keepers. I have been sharing my challenges and creative solutions for almost three years […]Read more »
by Heather Nicholson of Scratch Cradle You’ve obtained the best stock, raised them well, and made your breeding selections. Find out how you can sell hatching eggs to promote a rare breed, build your business, or simply get the best price for your eggs. Check out state laws If you plan to ship hatching eggs, […]Read more »
by Heather Nicholson of Scratch Cradle Late January to mid-February is the ideal time to set-up breeding pens for spring hatching. Hens sometimes require a few weeks to warm up to a new rooster, and they can store rooster’s genetic material for up to a month. To be sure that you are setting eggs from […]Read more »