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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, danglingÂ tomatoes and raspberries, and miniscule seeds all attract a hungry chickenâ€™s sharp eyes. If […]
Goats are much more finicky eaters than is commonly believed. Follow our goat-diet guide to keep your goats healthy.