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Boredom Busters 2.0

Boredom Busters 2.0

f you experience harsh winters, your flock may get “coop fever”, much like cabin fever that so many of us humans experience when we are unable to enjoy the great outdoors due to bad weather. I’ve put together a few fun and easy ideas to keep your birds moving and grooving throughout the winter.

Winter Chicken Keeping Tips

Winter Chicken Keeping Tips

Customers frequently ask if their coop needs a heat source during the winter. The answer is no. The important thing is to keep the drafts down on your girls while protecting them from the winds and precipitation. They need to be kept dry and have access to fresh water and feed.

Dealing With Chicken Flock Illness

Dealing With Chicken Flock Illness

Dealing With Chicken Flock IllnessThis post is written for Meyer Hatchery by our guest blogger: I'm Hannah of Muddy Oak Hen House sharing my story on illness hitting the backyard flock.  I have had the displeasure of learning the hard way and was forced to reevaluate...

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