We’ve used the same homemade brooder box for years. Simple construction, rugged components, lots of space for lots of little chickens. What’s not to like? Follow the link for construction details, and a link to a video showing our little brood enjoying their space.
When your chicks transition from baby to full-feathered hen, it is time to upgrade their coop. Check out what we did on our homestead to outfit our “teenagers.”
What do you get when you cross a new nasal antihistamine, 36 hours of no sleep, and an iPhone? Follow the link and find out! 😉
If you want to add chickens to your backyard flock the cheapest way to get them is as mail-order day old chicks. See our experience with our favorite chicken hatchery!
Spring is here and that means it is time for babies – baby chicks that is! In this post, get directions for an easy DIY chick brooder.