Category Archive: Raising Livestock

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Sep 22

How To Build A Safe Place For Injured Chicken Within A Coop

This step by step tutorial of How To Build A Safe Place For Injured Chicken Within A Coop creates a safe place for an injured chicken to recuperate as she heals without the other chickens pecking at her. Chickens can prey upon the weak, hurting an injured chicken even further. By building a safe place …

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Sep 18

Easy Clean Duck Pond

If you have ducks check out this easy clean duck pond idea. He took a kiddie pool and made a hole for drainage that he seals with a cork. Built some timber pieces to hold it up and then when it needs cleaned he just pulls the plug and it drains into a makeshift septic …

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Sep 16

Dollar Store Chicken Supplies

If you have chickens you may find this very useful. Here is a list of ten items you can buy at the dollar store that you can use for your chickens. Rasing chickens for eggs, meat or both can get expensive, Murano Chicken Farm shops for their chickens at the dollar store and shares the …

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Sep 05

Building a Chicken Coop Sun Deck

The building of a chicken coop sun deck is an inexpensive homesteading project that can make a huge mood lifting impact on your brood (flock) of chickens. Giving them a place to rest up and away from the damp earth to dry the feet and feathers can be helpful to their good health. This exactly …

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Sep 03

How to Train a Heifer to Become a Family Milk Cow

This insightful article of How to Train a Heifer to Become a Family Milk Cow is true homesteading wisdom that can be put into practice for creating a fresh dairy source. These suggestions will teach routine, familiarity and safety for your family cow and family members to become a trusting working team.

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Sep 01

How To Drench Sheep And Lambs

If you ever decide to raise sheep for their meat or wool or both, you will need to drench them. Drenching means giving an animal a drug by force and is used mainly for livestock but also sometimes dogs and even cats. In this article the drenching is for de-worming. The medication is given in …

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