Raising Chickens at Home
Chickens are a great addition to any backyard garden experience. We cover some simple coop ideas and management concepts
Raising Baby Chicks for Beginners
Want to get started with raising baby chicks for meat or eggs? Here is a guide to everything you need to know from how to set up the brooder, and a list of supplies you'll need to raise baby chicks.
Chicken Charm Poultry Leg Bands - Free Shipping
Fun way to identify your birds! Charm Leg Bands are enjoyable to see on your feathered friends and it is entertaining to watch charms float about your...
My Backyard Chicken Coop Makeover
It's been a dream of mine to have a sweet little chicken coop for a while now, so here's everything I did to turn an old doghouse into an english cottage style coop!
Fancy Farmhouse DIY Chicken Coop Reveal - Southern Revivals
The Fancy Farmhouse DIY Chicken Coop Reveal - plans now available for purchase so that you can build your own Fancy Farmhouse Chicken Coop!
DIY Chicken Coop Run
I am going to be honest, I didn't take the best photos while building the DIY chicken coop run! But luckily Sketchup makes for cleaner pictures anyway! Lol! Our summer vacation hinged on us getting the chickens in their coop, and so we were RACING to the finish, which led to not taking the time to get the best photos! So, I apologize! The run is a really simple construction, but moving the long pieces once they are built is not easy unless you have help. Make sure to call in reinforcements…
20 Things Chickens Can Eat and 17 Things They Cannot
A comprehensive list of things you can feed your chickens, plus another one with things you shouldn't.
Our Chicken Coop
Long time no post! We’ve been pretty busy this year even amidst all of the 2020 craziness. We finished the bonus room above the garage and turned that into a yoga/workout room, installed a sp…
Key Coop Features
All of our coops have been specifically designed with the following key features in mind: Accessibility All of our coops were built with chickens and their owners in mind which is why our coops and runs have a standard height door and are of the interior height that allows for comfortable standing room. Our sidewalls h
Treating Pasty Butt in Chicks
Pasty Butt - although kinda nasty - is a very common occurrence in baby chicks. Basically, pasty butt means that a baby chick has poop stuck to it's butt. Yeah, yeah, I know. Gross! But, it's something that's very easy to treat and prevent which is crucial because if left alone, a chick with pasty butt could die from it. (Warning: pictures of chicken butts and poop ahead :) When we got our first flock three years ago, over half of them needed their little butts (actually called a vent on a…