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5 Reasons to Start Raising Quail
August 30, 2022 · · Poultry 101

Raising quail is easy, and since they are less than half the size of chickens, they do not take much space, time, or resources.

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Easy Quail Hutch You Can Build in One Weekend
August 30, 2022 · · Coops

Building a quail hutch doesn’t take any special design skills, and we easily made ours with repurposed materials.

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Saddle Up Your Chicken!

What is a chicken apron or saddle? Basically, it is a device that protects your chickens during mating or from being pecked.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Raising Baby Chicks
August 29, 2022 · · Chickens 101, Kids' Corner

Here’s what you need to know about raising baby chicks before you bring them home.

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Build a Chicken Run and Coop from Recycled Materials
August 29, 2022 · · Coops

If you want some great ideas on how to build a chicken coop using local and recycled materials, look at these great stories for inspiration.

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A Guide to Duck Shelters for Winter
August 29, 2022 · · Coops

With their double coat of waterproof feathers over thick, warm fluffy down and a layer of body fat, ducks (regardless of duck breeds) are exceedingly cold-hardy. They love being outdoors year-round in most climates, perfectly happy playing in the rain and even the snow.

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How Long Do Chicks Need a Heat Lamp?
August 26, 2022 · · Feed & Health

Do chickens need heat in winter? Only the babies, and only for a short time. But how long do chicks need a heat lamp?

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What Does a Chicken Coop Need for Fall?
August 25, 2022 · · Coops

Fall is the perfect time to answer the question: What does a chicken coop need for the cold weather? Now is the time to start preparations before the weather turns bad.

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Pardon a Heritage Turkey 2022

By petitioning the President of the United States of America to pardon a heritage turkey, these sustainable breeds will gain recognition.

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Pavlova Dessert: Easy and Elegant
August 24, 2022 · · Eggs & Meat

Pavlova is one of the easiest and eye-catching meringue desserts to make. You need to bake Pavlova at a low temperature for a relatively long time. This technique allows the meringue to dry properly, becoming crisp on the outside, with a slightly marshmallow-like texture on the inside.

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