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Displaying 1-10 of 10 result(s).Tips On Building Wooden Chicken HousesPosted by Travis Shermand. Published on Oct 12, 2009 Wooden chicken houses are always nice to look at, some of them even look like real houses. One thing that I like about them is their flexibility and you can paint them with any color you want. The first thing you have to decide on is the number of chickens you are planning to raise. Making Pig PensPosted by Naomi West. Published on Sep 03, 2009 Most people think that pigs are one of the dirtiest animals because in movies they are constantly covered in mud and living in it. This is in fact a mistake that is made quite often and anyone who has these animals will tell you that building their home or pen around only mud will make them mad. They want areas where they can eat and play. Chicken Coop Plans – Six Crucial Elements For SuccessPosted by Clance McDonald. Published on Aug 19, 2009 There are many Chicken Coop Plans available on the internet and in books and it is sometimes hard to choose. There are ten crucial elements that you must consider when selecting your chicken coop plans for successful chicken raising. Did you know that your chicken coop should face south? How To Build A Chicken Coop – Make Sure Your Chickens Don't Play With Their Food!Posted by Tray Walton. Published on Jun 03, 2009 Before you make a chicken coop, you should first stop and think carefully about making sure that your chickens don't waste all the feed you've bought for them and make a complete mess… for you to clean up! To do this you need to think about where you are going to put the chicken feeders. I know it seems obvious but first of all you need to make sure that you are able to access the feeders because if you can't refill the chicken's food then they aren't going to be able to eat. Chicken Coop Designs – 3 Things You Should To KnowPosted by Joshua Bratac. Published on May 15, 2009 Picking the right chicken coop design entails a number of both big and small things to consider so as to construct the perfect housing for your fowls. Where as most of the small issues can be taken care of as the need arises, the bigger considerations should be part and core of the whole design. Preventing Diseases And Infections On Dairy Cow's Dry PeriodPosted by Anna Poelo. Published on Apr 24, 2009 A dairy cow's dry period is when it is at a vulnerable state. How do we protect our cows from infections and diseases during this time? Need A Chicken Coop? – Have You Considered Chicken Coop Kits?Posted by George Fowler. Published on Apr 21, 2009 Although it is relatively simple to build a coop to keep chickens in from scratch, many people simply don't have the carpentry skills and so instead opt to buy chicken coop kits instead. The reason that they do this is because they come with all the necessary materials required for constructing the perfect home in which their hens will be safe. The only other items they will need to purchase are the tools to help them with constructing the coop. Invest In A Chicken Coop – Build Your OwnPosted by Jim Rees. Published on Mar 29, 2009 Discover How To Easily Build An Attractive And Affordable Chicken Coop That Protects Your Chickens From Predators, Maintains Their Health And Delivers More Delicious Eggs. It doesn't matter if you're a master carpenter or a total beginner, if you require a big or small coop, or if you have a small or large budget. The Chicken & The EggPosted by Kerry Mundt. Published on Feb 19, 2009 This article addresses some of the commonly held misunderstandings about eggs and fertilization. For example, is a rooster needed for egg production; is a red spot found in an egg an indication that it was fertilized? Hen House Politics – The Pecking OrderPosted by Kerry Mundt. Published on Feb 06, 2009 While you might debate who 'rules the roost' in your home or workplace, you can be sure that the politics in your backyard hen house is just as complex. The concept of a 'pecking order' was coined back in the 1920s by biologists who discovered that backyard chickens maintain a hierarchy with one chicken pecking another of lower status. Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.