A Vet’s Guide To Investigating Blood On The Chicken Feeder Or Water

If you own a chicken coop, blood on the chicken feeder or in the water can cause concern. You may immediately think that one of your pet chickens may have been harmed in some way. This vet’s guide to investigating blood in these areas will help you to find the source of the problem.

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13 Superfoods To Feed Your Chickens More Protein [Vet Approved]

Chickens can eat oats to get more protein in winter and during moulting

During moulting season, high-protein, healthful food can aid your chickens. Shrimp shells, intestines, as well as lobster shells, as well as lobster but also shrimp meat, can be fed to your hens raw or cooked. Chickens go crazy for dried mealworms or grubs, which are one of the greatest protein sources available.

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Keeping Your Incubator at the Perfect Temperature for Chicken Eggs

Chicken eggs prepared for incubator

Incubating eggs can be a tricky business for beginners. There are very specific conditions you need to maintain to ensure the highest hatch rates for your eggs. The window of appropriate temperatures is fairly small.

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The Environmental Impact of Organic Chicken Farming vs. Conventional Methods

Are chicks noisy?

With the rising demand for poultry products and a heightened awareness of environmental impacts, the question arises: How sustainable is our chicken farming? As someone who enjoys the company of pet chickens in my backyard, I’ve always been curious about the broader world of poultry farming.

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How Many Backyard Chickens Should I Get? 1, 2, 3, 4…? How Many Are Just Right?

One of my chickens has worms

Can I get backyard chickens? How many backyard chickens should I get? Is it ok to start with a minimal number? So, you are planning to raise backyard chickens. But you are confused about the number and other requirements. I understand your confusion. In this article, we will help you to address all your queries so that you can decide with a well-informed mind.

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Does Laying Eggs Cause Pain or Hurt Chickens? Unpacking the Health Impact

Laying eggs should not harm or affect the health of the chickens. This is how chickens are supposed to keep their species and population growth. But do eggs harm chickens?

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Can You Feed Chickens On The Ground?

Chickens are reared for eggs and they also make healthy food with a lot of protein and other essential vitamins and minerals. However, it is important to feed the chicks properly.

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Are Chickens Allowed In My City? Chicken Laws of Selected US States

Please note: I’m a chicken owner. Not a lawyer. This is not legal advice.

Many people are beginning to see the appeal of backyard chickens. Not only do these animals provide fresh eggs, but they can also make fun pets. However, owning a chicken is very different from owning a dog or a cat. Not only are they a bigger commitment than the average pet, but they aren’t necessarily allowed all over the United States.

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Pee, Urinate, or Not at All? What Do Chickens Actually Do?

What chickens eat

Chickens are fascinating animals to study because they can be used as an example of many different things in biology. They are also one of the most popular pets around the world. In this article, I will elaborate on how chickens behave when it comes to pooping and peeing.

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