Want to save money on feeding your chickens? Plant these garden crops to grow your own organic chicken food and expand their regular diet.
DIY grazing boxes make for happy grass fed hens. They’re a great way to save on the cost of raising backyard chickens (and other poultry), too! Here’s how to make your own.
Looking for a cheap way to extend your chicken run? Use recycled pallets to create a fence so your hens have more space to roam. They’ll be so happy.
Make a DIY chicken swing from items you probably already have on hand. Instant entertainment for you AND your hens!
Building a chicken coop is easy, as is raising chickens for eggs or meat. Even so, take a little advice to avoid the mistakes I made!
When we first decided to get chickens, I worried. I’d never raised chicks. What would they need? Would they stink? How long would they fit in a small brooder? When would the be big enough to go outside (and would that be before or after they started to stink)?
Backyard chickens are great for providing eggs (and sometimes meat), but did you know they can actually save you time with your yard work?
Feeding your backyard chickens doesn’t have to cost a lot. Learn how to supplement the hen house buffet to stretch your budget.