equine care

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  Livestock both small and large must be kept healthy to provide food and milk for the family during a long-term natural or man-made disaster. When the food supply chain is interrupted for even a short period of time, grocery store shelves will empty in a matter of days – if not hours. The natural… Read more »


brown chicken

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[This article is part of a series.  Start with part 1.] As I mentioned last time, there are only a few essential parts of a chicken coop.  There are also a few considerations you can make as you’re choosing a coop.  Today we will look at both of these topics.


chickens

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[This article is part of a series.  Start with part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, and part 6] When we first got our chickens, I read online that you can make a chicken coop out of anything, but I didn’t believe it.  Now that we’ve had chickens for a while, and… Read more »


Chicks

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A couple years ago, when my husband and I were dating, we decided we wanted to get chickens. We both cared about the quality of our food, and it seemed like a fun project, so we decided to go to a local country feed store to buy some laying hens, and some chicken stuff.  (Whatever… Read more »