The backyard chicken coop has become the symbol of the modern homesteader. There is something special about adding that coop to your garden farm and collecting healthy backyard eggs. But there are 5 mistakes with the backyard chicken coop I see repeated often, even though they are easy to remedy. So I decided it was […]
Chicken tractors aren’t the answer for every situation. After building 2 chicken tractors for meat chickens, Kevin discusses 2 reasons why the tractors didn’t work as planned.
In this video Kevin gives you a final look at the current batch of cornish cross broiler chickens. The chickens have reached the 8 week mark but are still just a little under the desired weight of 6-7 lbs. You will get to see a real life weigh in of the chickens and Kevin discusses […]
The whoooooole point of raising chickens is for the awesome chicken eggs. Home grown chicken eggs are more colorful and vibrant, which means they are jammed full of nutrition. Orange yolks! Yeah! We know our birds were treated well because we raised them. We grow our own food and are reducing our dependence on sometimes […]
Chick season is upon us and just about everyone I know has hatched or bought new chicks for their flocks! By now your chicks are running around their brooder happily doing their cute little chick things. Nothing can make the fun come to a halt faster then a sick chick can though….and I have spent […]
You’ve decided to raise guinea fowl and like most people, you’ve decided to get started with guinea keets rather then adult guineas. (smart move!) Guinea keets are about the cutest little things you will ever see. They have bright orange beaks and legs and scurry around like crazy little bugs! Luckily raising guinea keets is […]