Chickens and farming

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a chicken standing next to a broken toilet
the side of a black building with plants growing out of it
Chicken Coop
Chicken Coop -
a brown and white chicken standing under a wooden bench on some hay next to a fence
How To Combine Rabbits and Chickens for Homestead Animal Synergy | Northwest Edible Life
a poster with the words growth stages for chickens in blue and white colors, including numbers
Growth Stages for Chickens
the chickens are eating out of their pink tubs and feeding them in the yard
three pictures of chickens in the grass with text overlay how to create a great habitat for chickens
Creating a Chicken Habitat with Tips from Jungle Fowl
How would chickens live if they had their druthers? We can find out by looking at the habits and habitat of their wild relatives, the jungle fowl. Plus tips on how to make the most of a small space. #raisingchickens #chickens #
the herb garden for chickens is shown in green and yellow with pink flowers on it
What Herbs Keep Chickens Healthy?
Herbs keep chickens healthy
a chicken that is standing in the grass next to some flowers and daisies with text overlay how to create a chicken habitat
Creating a Chicken Habitat with Tips from Jungle Fowl
several different types of plants with the words 12 perennials to plant for free chicken food
Feed Chickens Naturally For Free with Perennial Weeds - Backyard Chicken Project
12 Perennials to Plant for Free Chicken Food
the complete guide to raising meat worms and how to stop buying feed for your chickens
Raise Mealworms for Your Chickens To Save Money!
Raising mealworms to replace chicken feed is easy, frugal, and can be done in any warm, dark corner of your property. Here's how to get started for pennies!
Compost, Chicken Manure, Composting Methods, Chicken Diy
Grow an Edible Garden for Your Backyard Chickens
With the price of eggs skyrocketing, keeping backyard chickens has never been more popular! If you are one of the many urban homesteaders who is keeping chickens, you'll love this aesthetically pleasing idea that not only looks beautiful but keeps your chickens happy, too. Make sure if you decide to create an edible chicken garden that you only plant things that are safe for chickens to eat! Check out the blog post for some of our favorite reasons to keep backyard chickens.