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Can chickens eat daisies? (other flowers included)

Are daisies safe for chickens

I always wondered do chickens eat daisies? -The answer is yes, chickens can eat daisies. In fact, they love slurping daisy flowers.

Is this the year you’re planning a flower garden? Are you interested in growing plants that serve many purposes? You may be curious as to what kinds of flowers chickens like.

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40 AMAZING Facts About Chickens You Might Not Know

40 Amazing Facts You Might Not Know About CHICKENS!

We at the typesofchicken.com team try to find as much useful information about keeping chickens as possible and we give our best to share it and combine our opinions with you.

This process depends a lot on the time we spend in research.

During our research, we have found many interesting facts about chickens that may or may not be directly connected with keeping chickens but are good to know. This is why we decided to share with you 40 Facts You Might Not Know About Chickens.

Let’s start, and hope you will enjoy!

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9 kinds of chicken combs (chicken breeds with combs included)

Types Of Combs In Chickens

Except for a few articles concerning water bathing and feathers, we at the typesofchicken.com team rarely do articles about the general outside look of the chickens.

The weekly Pros & Cons articles regarding certain chicken breeds are where much of the discussion about the hens’ appearance takes place. In light of that, we chose to write about chicken combs for today’s post.

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Are Huskies Good with Chickens? *Other Dog Breeds Included*

Are huskies good with chickens?

All dogs are different animals, from Great Danes to Chihuahuas. Yet it’s possible to make some generalizations about how different breeds will behave in certain situations. For example, you can use those generalizations to know that if you get a husky, it probably won’t be a good match for your chickens. Huskies are loving and … Read more

How To Care For Your Baby Chicks!!!

baby chicks

We at the typesofchicken.com team have already covered the question of what to feed chickens to get the best eggs, and now it is time for us to do our part and tell you how to care for the baby chicks that come out of those eggs.

Just like any newborn animal the chickens are at their most sensitive and vulnerable state while they are still in the “chick” phase of their life. This is why your chicks will need more attention and care than the average adult chicken.

Baby chicks are soft, and they want to cuddle so if you have children it would be a great idea for them to spend time with the chicks. Mind that this article is about the first few weeks of your chick’s life.

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