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Ask the Expert: Pheasants

Do you have a question about Pheasants? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert: Bedding

Do you have a question about poultry bedding? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert: Broiler (Meat Birds)

Do you have a question about raising meat birds? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert: Waterers

Do you have a question about poultry waterers? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert: Odd Breeds

Do you have a question about odd and unique poultry breeds? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert: Roosters

Do you have a question about roosters? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert — April/May 2019
April 21, 2019 · · Ask The Expert

Add to Favorites Tough Winter We’ve had a tough winter here in Central New Hampshire. Lots of snow and ice. The door to my chicken run becomes frozen often and …

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What Not to Feed Your Chickens so They Stay Healthy
March 15, 2019 · · Feed & Health

Add to Favorites Feeding your chickens a varied diet supplies them with plenty of nutrients for optimal health, can alleviate boredom and help with seasonal issues like heat and cold. …

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Feeding Your Flock Organic Chicken Feed
March 15, 2019 · · Feed & Health

When deciding to use organic chicken feed for your flock, it’s first good to know what to feed chickens for a healthy diet. Believe it or not, an interesting fact about chickens is they don’t need grain to survive. Most people don’t realize chickens are not primarily herbivores (plant eaters).

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Grit for Chickens: When in Doubt, Put it Out

Add to Favorites By Tiffany Towne – It’s hard to make an argument against using grit for chickens, along with oyster shell supplements. They’re both fairly inexpensive and a little …

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