We at the typesofchicken.com team give our best to present to you some new ideas and stuff to add to your chicken coop. Until now we have given you a variety of articles with instructions about how to make toys for your chickens, waterer and such. Many of our readers have complained that they have problems with feces getting in their chicken feeder because their feeder is on the ground in the coop. So, here is an article on how to make your own automatic chicken feeder that removes that problem and is cheap and easy to make.
Some time ago we at the typesofchicken.com team gave you an article about how to keep your garden chicken proof, and some of our readers gave really nice feedback.
Along with the feedback came a few ideas that we truly found amazing, and one of those ideas was how to make your own chicken tunnel. After reading and somewhat understanding this idea, we at the typesofchicken.com team decided to share it with the rest of our readers.
We at the typesofchicken.com team want to give our readers the cheapest, most creative and easiest to make DIY projects for their chickens.
Since we all know the issues of letting your chicks outside to free roam or just to peck (predator threats, health problems etc.), we at the typesofchicken.com team wanted to find a way to let our chicks eat, sleep and play safely outside.
So here it is How to make your own movable outdoor chicken brooder:
Our readers pretty much enjoyed one of our previous articles about the egg yolk color and this made us – the typesofchicken.com team to do a lot of research aimed strongly towards eggs, the color, the ingredients and such.
Going through many pages of information we acquired we found a very interesting question, what is the difference between a fertile and infertile egg?
It took some time but we finally got to do this article, so without any further ado here are all the important differences and similarities between fertile and infertile eggs brought to you by the typesofchicken.com team.
During the weekend an old college buddy of mine (who didn’t know I was keeping chickens) came to town with his wife and my family decided to invite them over for dinner.
When they came I was giving them the tour of the house and I showed them our flock – they were very surprised and started giving arguments about why they would never keep chickens or any animal other than cats and dogs.
As time passed this became our top subject over dinner and this is what made me present the idea about this article to my colleagues at the typesofchicken.com team.
Keeping your chickens happy is very important for them, it affects their health massively and the quality of their eggs.
After a few articles about DIY toys for your chickens now it is time for us to share something with those readers who don’t have the room or the means to build their chicken toys.
It is never bad to give some extra attention to your chickens and the most fun way to do that is to give them activities and games when they are on their run. Chickens are omnivores, they love to eat almost anything and almost everything is safe for them to eat.
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.
After a brief discussion, we at the typesofchicken.com team decided that every Monday we will give you an article about the pros and cons of a different chicken breed.
Last time we gave you the pros and cons of keeping the Rhode Island Red chickens and this Monday we decided to give you the pros and cons of keeping Silkie chickens because we know that almost every chicken breeder wants one of those fluffy birds.
In some of our previous articles, we at the typesofchicken.com team gave you the idea to let your chicken roam in your garden, and some of you complained that with doing that the chickens ruin some parts of it. So after some research and usage of our improvisation skills, we team found a few ways for you to let your chicken roam in your garden and keep your garden products protected at the same time.
We have all experienced different shade of yellow egg yolks and for most of the people the color of their egg yolks does not make a difference, but it does.
The color of the egg yolk is more important than you know, when the color of your egg yolk is bright orange this means that your eggs are coming from a healthy hen.
That is why we at the typesofchicken.com team have decided to give an article about the importance of the egg yolk color, and what you can do to get the bright orange egg yolks.