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Through skilled management of your laying flock, you can cut down on the feed bill.
Storey's Guide to Raising Chickens by Gail Damerow can be an incredible help right from the start, but it can also help you with troubleshooting later on.
It's not too late to think about putting away your produce for the winter! And if you need help figuring out what to do with it, allow us to recommend a classic: Stocking Up.
This method, while not entirely foolproof, will significantly improve the appearance of your hard-boiled eggs.
What are you going to do with all those eggs? Allow us to make 10 suggestions for solving this common issue.
One good way to make use of all those extra eggs is to freeze some to cook with later in the year when production slows down again.
Predators are one of the most frustrating problems related to poultry-keeping. Many times, you never see the culprit, just the damage it did. What can you do?
Although the hens will never match their spring egg-laying records in the winter, there are a few things you can do to keep them producing at a moderate rate. Here are a few hints.
Genetically a frizzle is not a breed; it is simply any chicken with frizzled feathers.