Once your chickens have grown and thrived in the brooder it is time for them to go out to their permanent home. By this point they have gotten too big for the brooder box and luckily they can tolerate the outside temperatures if fully feathered. A chicken coop can be just about anything. Most people […]
When your chickens go rogue, it could mean a daily Easter Egg Hunt! Use these two steps to train them to lay in their nesting boxes… NOT the neighbors yard!
When our pullets go rogue and decide that the neighborhood has better nesting spots than the cozy boxes we built them, we take 2 simple steps to bring them back home! Take a look at how we retrain our free range chickens to lay in the nesting boxes.