13 Chicken Breeds for Cold Weather
Not all chicken breeds are ideal for cold climates. These 13 chicken breeds are cold hardy and handle the cold weather best. If you live somewhere with cold weather, add a few of these cold hardy chicken breeds to your backyard chicken flock. #chickens #cold #breeds
9 Things You Need to Raise Baby Chicks
This spring is the perfect time to try raising baby chicks for the first time. Baby chicks require some simple supplies that you need to have on hand like a chick brooder, heat lamp, and baby chick food. Take a look at these 9 baby chick supplies you should have on hand. #chicks #supplies #brooder
8 of the Best Chicken Breeds for Eggs - Simple Life of a Frugal Wife
Wanting to get chickens but not sure where to start? Here is a list of 8 of the best chicken breeds for laying eggs to help get you started.
Raising Chickens in the Winter: What You Need to Know
Most chicken owners feel nervous about raising chickens in the winter, and it leads to a lot of questions. Do you need to use heat lamps? Should I add supplemental lights? What do my chickens need to eat in the winter? Well, I answered all of your questions and more. #Chickens #Winter
11 Best Egg Laying Chickens That Can Lay Up to 300 Eggs Each Year!
Find out what are the best egg laying chicken breeds that you can add to your chicken flock. Some of these chicken breeds can lay up to 300 eggs per year! If you want to raise backyard chickens for eggs, make sure you pick the right types of chickens for egg laying. #RaisingChickens #ChickenBreeds
19+ Safe Things You Can Feed Your Chickens
Do you want to give your chickens some snacks? Not all foods are safe for your flock. These 19 safe foods you can feed your chickens make delicious treats that you can give your chickens.
Fall Molting: What You Need to Know
Are your chickens looking a bit strange this fall? It sounds like they might be going through fall molting. Fall molting is a normal part of raising backyard chickens, but you don't have to worry. Taking care of your chicken during fall molting is easy. #RaisingChickens
Ready to Raise Baby Chicks? Here are the 9 Things You Need to Buy
Learning how to raise baby chicks starts with knowing what you need to buy. Chicks can't live without a heat lamp, and you need to have a brooder set up. Here are 9 supplies you need to buy to take care of baby chicks. #RaisingChicks
Can I Eat Frozen Chicken Eggs?
Taking care of chickens in the winter isn't too tricky, but eventually, you'll end up with some frozen chicken eggs in the coop. That leaves you wondering can I eat frozen chicken eggs? Better yet, how do we stop our eggs from freezing in the coop? Here's what you should know. #RaisingChickens
19+ Safe Foods for Your Chickens - and 8 Things You Can't Feed Chickens
Are you wondering what is safe to feed your chickens? Your chickens can't eat everything, but these 19+ foods are safe for your flock to eat. Try giving your chickens these foods as safe snacks. Don't forget to look at the 8 things you can't feed chickens.
Backyard Chickens: The Top 18 Breeds for Your Flock ~ Homestead and Chill
Learn about the best & most popular 18 chicken breeds for your backyard flock, including informationon on temperament, eggs, and more!
6 Chicken Breeds You Can Raise in Small Backyards
Not all chicken breeds do well in small backyards. So, if you want to raise chickens in the city, you needs chicken breeds that are okay with smaller spaces. Here are 6 great options for urban backyard chicken keepers.
Fall Molting: What Chicken Keepers Need to Know
Most chickens go through a fall molting stage, and it can be concerning for new chicken owners. If you're a first-time backyard chicken owner, then you need to know all about fall molting and how to help your chickens. #BackyardChickens
9 Supplies for Raising Baby Chicks
Do you want to raise baby chicks in your backyard? Raising baby chicks is so easy, but you do need to get some supplies for baby chicks. Make sure you gather these before you get your chicks! #RaisingChicks #BackyardChickens