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the many benefits of using sand in the coop. brooder and runs. Clean, stays dry, less likely to spread disease. Other benefits too

Chicken Coop Litter: Sand, the Litter Superstar

Chiken coop.  I may have already downloaded this, but looks like a place I wouldn't mind living, too.

Delux Chicken Coop: this is the cutest! Very cozy chicken coop. I'm not entirely sure if it's authentic or if it's a children's play house. Either way it would makeshift as a lovely summer guest house if extra space was needed.

Rake a bunch of leaves into a pile then let sit in the rain for a few days. Once the bugs have moved in, transfer the pile to the run. Your girls will love the treat. Twitter / Recent images by @EugeneBackyardFarmer

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Rake a bunch of leaves into a pile then let sit in the rain for a few days. Once the bugs have moved in, transfer the pile to the run. Chickens will love the treat and getting to scratch around in the piles!

Chicken Diseases Help - A Quick Guidebook on Chicken in Sickness and Health

Guide to Backyard Chicken Diseases

Chicken Diseases Help - A Quick Guidebook on Chickens in Sickness and Health - Gardening Pleasures

CHICKEN TREATS CHART ~ HUGE list on this site! Broccoli, cabbage, warm oatmeal, scrambled eggs and sooooo many more!!  ALSO LISTS WHAT NOT TO FEED YOUR CHICKENS!! WE love to treat our chickens, they loved us for it!!

Chicken Treat Chart The Best Treats For Backyard Chickens - BackYard Chickens Community urban-homestead ahhh-the-good-pins

Life At Cobble Hill Farm: All You Need To Know About Chicken Roosts

All You Need To Know About Chicken Roosts. Chickens prefer to be up off the ground, particularly when sleeping. Those who don't have coops to return to will usually roost in trees.

Caring for chickens in the winter - no lights or heat needed

Backyard Chickens in the Snow

Get yourself some live chickens male and female. Caring for chickens in the winter - no lights or heat needed

Creative healthy 'treats' to make for your chickens...& what NOT to feed.

Fresh Eggs Daily: Healthy (and Creative) Treats - one fun treat is cored apples filled with peanut butter, either hung from the side of the run or cut in half and handed out for them to peck at.

7 Things You Shouldnt Feed Your Chickens. Click for the full list: http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2013/04/7-things-you-shouldnt-feed-your-chickens.html #chickens #homesteading

What NOT to Feed Chickens

7 Things You Shouldnt Feed Your Chickens. Looks like a helpful place for lots of chicken info.

Do you have well behaved birds that stay behind their decorative fences? Do you have your birds enclosed like Fort Knox? Do you're birds have the luxury of wandering wherever they please? Today's post is for those of us that have naughty birds who are constantly trying to fly the coop... literally.

Are Your Birds Flying the Coop?

Sand is becoming a very common coop bedding and it's easy to see why. Sand has so many benefits and when used properly, I think it's a bedding that you wont regret using.

Sand is the answer to an obsessive person’s dreams. Close your eyes and imagine: Beautifully manicured chicken feet (free of poo), zen garden furrows in the ground, everything staying in its place in (Chicken Coop Winter)

Natural Coop Disinfectant | HenCam. Orange vinegar, undiluted. Never thought to use it in the coop!

Natural Chicken Coop Disinfectant: Vinegar and orange rinds. Mix, let "steep" for a month, spray.

Plant "Butterfly Bushes" in the chicken run for them to hide in. Chickens won't eat it & the flowers attract bugs for them to eat & it grows fast & provides shade.

Plant "Butterfly Bushes" in the chicken run for ducks and chickens to hide in. Chickens won't eat it & the flowers attract bugs for ducks and chickens to eat. It grows fast & provides shade.

Ok, so my first coop was done without poop boards-I simply loaded up the floor with sand...

Backyard Chickens - smart interior coop design: roost placed above table to catch droppings for easy cleaning.

Rodents can be eliminated from the chicken coop and run with a variety of techniques that are safe for use around chickens.

15+ Tips to Control Rodents Around Chicken Coops

The Chicken Chick®: Tips to Control Rodents Around Chicken Coops. ( unless he got bitten by a snake.

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