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Marie with Meyer Hatchery shares stories about the Meyer Meal Maker free chick and how our local communities are impacted with fresh eggs and meat.
Most people think spring when they think about brooding chicks, but it is possible to brood chicks in the winter months, even if you live where winters are cold. Brooding chicks in December or January means you will have ready-to-lay pullets by April or May. There are a few special considerations you should plan for when brooding your winter chicks, but it can be done.
Meyer Hatchery Coop Tour of Branchline Farms located in Wellington, OH. Unique in their larger capacity set-up, housing 400 chickens, you can find Branchline Farms in two Cleveland Area restaurants and at the Dayton, OH market!
For those of us who live in areas that experience cold or harsh winters, keeping fresh water available for your flock can be challenging at times. It never fails, when you think you have the best solution for your freezing waterer issue, Mother Nature throws a curveball with something like a polar vortex.
Amanda gives us a recap of the 2019 Ohio National Poultry show in Columbus, Ohio. With over 2200 entries, the Ohio National is one of the largest in the US.
Thanksgiving is almost here! Now is the time to plan and decide on how you would like your Holiday table to look. Why not celebrate the turkey and make some homemade burlap turkey placemats