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4 Steps For Cleaning Your Chicken Coop The Natural Way

Clealning your chicken coop

Before I get on the subject I would like to say that in the process of keeping my chickens and my other animals, I try to use as little chemicals as possible.

Somehow I think that using chemicals – even the approved ones – is not the right way of keeping the places around your animals clean. I try to do my best to keep it natural when doing these things, for me, it makes more sense.

This is why I want to share with you my ways of cleaning my chicken coop the natural way and I hope that you will consider using this method because not only they are natural but cheaper also.

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[Updated 2020] Treats For Chickens!

Treats for your chickens

Like children and adults, chickens also need treats that will motivate them to live healthy and happy. Unlike children and adults, the treats for chickens are different and are more nutritious.

Any fruit is the best treat for your chicken.

Compared to human treats that mostly comprises of chocolates, candies, and other sweets, chicken treats are more on veggies and fruits.

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8 Most Dangerous Chicken Predators. Be Aware of Number 2!!

Dangerous Chicken Predators

Keeping chicken is a very good thing to do, as a hobby or as a profession, but chickens are in comparison with other more dangerous animals they are small and vulnerable.

This makes them a perfect target for certain predators. My bet is because people from every corner of the world are keeping chickens and they are literally everywhere, there are predators that enjoy chicken meat everywhere. We want your chicken to be safe and that is why we at the typesofchicken.com team decided to share our opinion on the 8 most dangerous chicken predators:

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3 Main Reasons Why Is The Position of Your Chicken Coop Important!

position of your chicken coop

In our recent articles, the typesofchicken.com Team has covered most of the basics of keeping chickens, so now it is time for us to dig a little deeper, for example – why is the position of your chicken coop important for your chickens.

We have discussed already how important is the behavior of your chickens for their reproduction process, and one of the things that affect their behavior the most is the position of their chicken coops.

You will be amazed how big of a factor is this thing for your chickens.

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Materials For Chicken Coop That You Can Find Everywhere!

Materials for chicken coop

When you are ready to buy your construction materials and supplies, to save on expenses, it is recommended that you shop for your chicken coop building supplies from second-hand shops. You never know the kind of bargain you will be able to find in these shops. Or if you have it available in your own stock.

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5 Things You Need to Know Before Raising Backyard Chickens!

How to Bathe a Chicken

During my research about raising backyard chickens, I have encountered a lot of pros and cons.

Some think that it is expensive to groom the chickens just for the eggs because eggs can be pretty cheap in the stores, and others think that raising backyard chickens is a very good thing because the eggs are not laid by genetically modified chickens and it pays out in the end. I agree with the latter and only because of the healthy benefits of raising chickens in your own backyard but in time I have found out many more benefits.

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What to feed chickens to get the best-tasting eggs?

What to feed chickens

Different people keep chickens for different reasons – keeping chickens as pets, breeding them for egg production, and a few more.

For most of us chicken enthusiasts it is important for our chickens to give the best eggs, and the quality of your eggs depends on many factors – clean nest boxes, sufficient daylight, hen management and more. One of the best ways for you to be sure to get the best eggs from your chickens is to make sure that they are properly fed.

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What do chickens eat in the winter?

Feeding chickens What to feed chickens in the winter What do chickens eat

Winter is coming, and you are asking yourself what do chickens eat in the winter?  Wherever you are,  winters can be cold and unpleasant for your chickens,  so we at www.typesofchicken.com decided to help you keep your chicken happy and full during the winter.

If you are enthusiastic about keeping chickens like I am, chances are that you will want to keep your chickens safe and well-fed during the winter.

Keeping your chicken in a good mood during the winter affects also the reproduction process of your chickens. 

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How do chickens reproduce – Breeding Chicken 1.0.1

Ever wondered how do chickens reproduce? The process of chicken reproduction is very important for you regardless if you are using the chicken for your own personal gain or if you plan on breeding them for sale.

You must understand that not every egg can hatch into a chick and that the more information you gain of the reproductive system of chicken the better the results. It’s also important for you to know that even the hen has not been in contact with a rooster a healthy adult hen will lay eggs every 24 to 27 hours. If the hen hasn’t been fertilized by a rooster the eggs will be edible but they will not hatch into chicks.

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9 facts about chickens!!!

Facts about chickens you should know. For example, did you know that hundreds of millions of chickens are killed each year, and served in fast-food chain restaurants? Chickens are extremely complex creatures, with the ability to recognize pain and happiness, so you might think twice before you have your next chicken steak or chicken burger.

Here we present you the funniest chicken facts you didn’t know:

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