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Is this your first year keeping chickens? Don't be shocked when they start to molt. Here's some insider wisdom on the molting process: http://blog.hgtvgardens.com/backyard-chickens-its-raining-feathers-when-the-chickens-molt/

Is this your first year keeping chickens? Don't be shocked when they start to molt. Here's some insider wisdom on the molting process: http://blog.hgtvgardens.com/backyard-chickens-its-raining-feathers-when-the-chickens-molt/

The best chicken feeder ever - I made it out of PVC from Home Depot.  No mess and a minimal footprint to maximize floor space in the chicken coop.

The best chicken feeder ever - I made it out of PVC from Home Depot. No mess and a minimal footprint to maximize floor space in the chicken coop.

DIY PVC Pipe Chicken Feeder. A great idea to prevent chickens scooping the feed out of the feeder. by echkbet

DIY PVC Pipe Chicken Feeder. A great idea to prevent chickens scooping the feed out of the feeder. by echkbet

Welcome to living Green & Frugally. We aim to provide all your natural and frugal needs with lots of great tips and advice, Budget Chicken Nesting Boxes

Welcome to living Green & Frugally. We aim to provide all your natural and frugal needs with lots of great tips and advice, Budget Chicken Nesting Boxes

Care & Feeding egg-laying chickens...I feed them, keep them clean, let them eat the green grass. What can I say? My hens lay like crazy. Chicken manure is great for fertilizing fruit trees. The benefits keep coming...and I'm a city girl who learned.

A great DIY Black Soldier Fly  composter. The Larvae eat ANY kitchen scraps and, when mature enough, crawl out to feed the chickens. The best way to compost waste in my opinion...

A great DIY Black Soldier Fly composter. The Larvae eat ANY kitchen scraps and, when mature enough, crawl out to feed the chickens. The best way to compost waste in my opinion...

Rhode Island Red - excellent layers (250-300 eggs per year) of brown eggs. 6.5 lbs. as an adult. Nervous and flighty, but really a very sweet bird.

Rhode Island Red - excellent layers (250-300 eggs per year) of brown eggs. 6.5 lbs. as an adult. Nervous and flighty, but really a very sweet bird.

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