Red Metal Rooster Knob
Revamp those boring cabinet doors and drawers with Red Metal Rooster Knob. This quirky metal knob features a rustic red finish that will add a focal point to any area of your home. Your kitchen, living room, and bedroom will sing with kitsch and color! Dimensions: Length: 2 1/8" Width: 2 1/2" Projection (Approximate Distance Knob with Extend from Cabinet Drawer or Door): 2 1/2" Screw Length: 1 3/8"
Automatic Chicken Coop Heater
Automatic Chicken Coop Heater consists of small concrete block, mounted via adhesive to a treated 2x8 with a single light socket installed with halogen bulb and capped with a concrete cap.
13 Common Chicken Diseases Every Chicken Keeper Should Know About (and How to Treat Them)
If you are a chicken keeper, you should know about these 13 common chicken diseases and how to treat them. That if you don't want your whole flock to die.
How To Light The Hen house Or Shed With Solar DIY | The Homestead Survival
If you hen-house or shed are too far from the main house to run lights from the house to the coop or shed you might be interested in building a
California Chicken Coop Plans Drawings Included
California Coop We have a very small urban back yard that is mostly taken up with our vegetable garden. The challenge was to fit in a coop that was self contained and beautiful since the only place for it was on the edge of our patio. The...
VEG Design Solutions, Part One: the Chicken/Fox Filter - The Permaculture Research Institute
by Dan Palmer, Very Edible Gardens When designing edible gardens, a site-specific problem will often crop up. One of the most enjoyable aspects of permaculture design for us is devising site-specific
Natural Lice and Mite Prevention: Using Herbs in the Nest Box
By Sue S. For years I've been aware of the health benefits of using fresh and dried herbs in a variety of settings. Since beginning to raise chickens, I've also read and heard of so many benefits of various herbs used in natural chicken husbandry, that I am determined to plant a variety of herbs for fresh use this next spring. I love the idea of allowing the chickens to freely choose greens from a garden area that includes various herbs that are rich in vitamins and minerals as well as…
The Deep Litter Method for Your Winter Chicken Coop - The Paleo Mama
Using the deep litter method for your winter chicken coop is a great way to keep your chickens healthy and warm during the cold months.
Help! My Chicken is Sick!
What do you do if you notice one of your flock isn't feeling right? Check out my tips for giving a chicken a health exam in Help! My Chicken is Sick!