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6-for-6 This brooder design is intended to be an indoor home for up to 6 chicks for the first 6 weeks of their lives. 6-for-6. Generally speaking chicks should be housed in their brooder for the first six weeks of their lives to keep them safe from the elements and anything that might try to eat them.......
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The terms Mobile Coop and Chicken Tractor are often used interchangeably. I'm here to tell you that they're not the same thing. Like really, really not the same thing. Learn what the difference is, or at least how we see it....
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What’s that?  You’ve ordered chicks from a hatchery but have no idea where you going to put them?  Or you’re spouse came home with a box of peeps and a dream?  Don’t panic!  It’s going to be okay.  This isn’t hard, you can do it.  I applaud you for jumping in with both feet! They......
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The Fantasy Sometimes when I tell people that I have laying hens the conversation goes something like this: Them – “Wow!  All the eggs you want for free!” Me – “… umm, no.  They’re not free.” Them – “What do you mean? Don’t they just eat bugs and lay eggs in your frying pan?” Me......
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Last time we talked about how there are many roads to fresh eggs and that your circumstances will shape how you make decisions for your flock. And we introduced you to our example Flockers, A, B, and C.  (Anybody want to suggest some names for these Flockers?) In this post we’re going to learn a......
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Many Roads There are bazillion different ways that you can go from zero to fresh eggs. All of them involve hens (chickens in our case) some time investment some financial investment Hens + Time + Money = freshest eggs possible The details of the equation are a little more complicated.  But for now, let’s keep......
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Welcome! We’re glad you’re here!  Take a minute to learn about how we can help and then join our email list to get regular updates and announcements. Fresh Eggs Are The BEST! Have you ever toyed with the idea of having your own source for fresh eggs?  Did you start to do the research and......
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