Some time ago we at the typesofchicken.com team presented our readers with some DIY Projects, and our readers complained a bit that they could not understand the principle of how they work. We had long discussions on the subject of fixing this problem for our readers and we came up with the solution that will most likely get you to easier understand the process of how these contraptions work. With the help of our children we managed to get some very satisfying images that will hopefully motivate you to build one of these toys for your chickens.
How to keep your chickens entertained
How To Keep Your Chickens Entertained – Part 3 Interactive DIY Project!
During our time as chicken keeping enthusiasts we at the typesofchicken.com have tried many different ways and projects on this particular subject. We enjoy the eggs, the meat and the sense of accomplishment you get with the process of keeping chickens but what we love to do the most is entertain our chickens. Because much like any other domesticated animal, chickens can also show you how smart they are if you only have some patience and creativity. And this is why we at the typesofchicken.com team decided to share with you today an interactive DIY project which you can build in two ways. One way to build it is to let the chickens enjoy themselves and the other is built in that way that you will be playing with them.
How to Keep Your Chickens Entertained & 3 DIY Toys! – Part 2
Some time ago we at the typesofchicken.com team gave you an article on How to keep your chickens entertained and 3 DIY toys and from your feedback, we came to the conclusion that you might want more.
We discussed what chickens do when they are bored so now we will skip that part and go directly to the toys.
Without further ado, here are the new DIY toys for your chickens brought to you by the typesofchicken.com team.
How To Keep Your Chickens Entertained & 3 DIY Toys!
When your chickens sit in one place and they are not pecking or playing it does not mean that they are bored, but that they are enjoying life.
We have all felt that moment when you just want to sit and relax.
They sit and relax their muscles and simply watch some of the entertaining parts of the world around them that we humans have forgotten to enjoy. What chickens do when they are bored is they start going at each other, in most cases bullying the ones at the lower end of the flock.