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The Duclair Duck

Add to Favorites By Stuart Sutton The Duclair duck is a cousin of the more widely known Rouen duck, both coming from Normandy, France. In fact, the geographical area of origin for the two …

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The Forest Duck

Add to Favorites By Stuart Sutton, United Kingdom For me the name “Forest duck” has always conjured up an image of an unusual, perhaps even mystical type of beast from long, long ago; however, …

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Avian Flu in Britain

Add to Favorites by Susie Kearley Outbreaks of Avian flu in Britain have been regular occurrences over the past 20 years. In fact, bird flu has been a big a …

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Poultry Feed & Health Guide Flip Book

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Using Comfrey Salve for Injured Poultry
February 26, 2019 · · Feed & Health

Learn how to grow comfrey and how to make comfrey salve for injured poultry.

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10 Ways to Keep Your Chickens Happy When You’re on Vacation

Add to Favorites By Cherie Dawn Haas – Owning chickens brings many rewards: the satisfaction of caring for animals, the bonding it creates among our families, and of course, the eggs …

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Rescuing British Battery Hens

Add to Favorites By Susie Kearley – While your backyard chickens probably enjoy a pampered life of luxury, some commercially farmed chickens have a more difficult life. The hen rescue initiative finds …

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Buckeye Enthusiast Keeps Heritage Hens Safe With Livestock Guardian Dogs

Add to Favorites By Brenda M.Negri – You can hear the dedication and sound reasoning in Washington farmer and heritage Buckeye breeder Barbara Judd’s voice when she says why she uses …

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Training Dogs Around Poultry

Add to Favorites By Ashley Haffey – You see the silky feathers slinking in the shadows just outside the pen. Your guts plunge to the bottom of your stomach because you …

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Lavender, for a Stress-Free Coop
February 26, 2019 · · Feed & Health

Add to Favorites Lavender is one of my favorite herbs to use in my chicken keeping because it has so many benefits for chickens when you add it to their …

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