Rats can cause many issues when you are trying to raise chickens. So I’ve been reading quite a bit about how to avoid rats in your chicken house. Here’s what I’ve found.
If you are into raising chickens in your backyard, taking proper care of your birds can be an overwhelming task. You will have to be very cautious in observing your birds since their condition may not be immediately visible.
Do you have a fly problem in your backyard chicken coop? Flies carry many nasty diseases and love to make a pest of themselves, so keeping them under control is always a concern. Unfortunately, most of the commercial methods of fly control make use of unpleasant chemicals that may not do much for the health of your chickens. Here are some natural solutions and a few bits of useful advice to help you keep your fly issues under control.
Having pets needs a little compromise to accommodate them. Cats and dogs are a bit cleaner compared to chickens and ducks. A dust bath is what your chicken needs for its well-being. This means you need to have some dirt in your backyard, just for your chicken.