Predators come with the territory when you’re keeping chickens, unfortunately. But here are 10 ways to keep your feathered friends from becoming an easy meal.
If your chickens are laying thin eggs, they might need calcium in their diet. Free-choice feeding oyster shells is a good way to supplement calcium. When it comes to dining out, chickens have eclectic tastes. Worms squirming in the manure pile, dangling tomatoes and raspberries, and miniscule seeds all attract a hungry chicken’s sharp eyes. If […]