Katherine Rodriguez

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 09:03:07 +0000

I have LOVED having baby chicks (so did my kids!). Here is an awesome guide to how to raise baby chicks - perfect for the total beginner.

    Chicken Brooder made out of an old dresser I had stored in the barn, complete with ventilation, Brooder light, Hinged top with handle, and plexiglass front for easy viewing of your chicks

    Idea for a chicken feeder. No scraping food and it will stay dry in the rain.

    Brooder--make sure your heat lamp is NO more than 75watts.

    All Natural Fly Spray for Farm Animals - I have tried a few different fly sprays over the years, and was shocked at the list of ingredients that they are loaded with. Things I would never dream of putting on or near my body, let alone sprayed daily on our animals.

    Do you dream of farming but you're a woman? You can do it, Girl POWER! Check out "Soil Sisters" to see what you need to know to get started. Farm dreams or not, it's a great read. I loved learning from it.

    Chick Care Basics www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

    10 DIY Chicken Feeders and Waterers for your flock!

    Raising chickens? Try using a Pack-n-play for a brooder for the baby chicks…

    Recycle pallets to create a free chicken run to give your hens more space to roam.

    15-toys-for-goats-to-keep-them-busy

    Chickens are great starter livestock for your homestead. They are really easy to care for and Iâm happy to help you get started. Just be careful, the hardest thing about raising chickens is knowing when to stop bringing them home. The 104 Homestead gives you the 411 on everything you need to know about backyard chickens.