Chickens and gardens don’t always make the best match - but what few people know is that chickens can actually be quite useful to your gardening endeavours. Chickens do so much more than just lay eggs - they can replace insecticides, contribute to compost management, and produce natural fertilizer. In fact, if done right, your garden is sure to get a boost from your chickens. We spoke to Urbainculteurs to put together this little guide on welcoming chickens into your yard without putting your garden at risk.
Chickens are gluttonous - and they love it when you add a random element to their diet. Although much of what they eat is layer feed, they delight in small quantities of fresh, varied ingredients.
Today’s the day: you’ve been thinking about offering room and board to a friendly brood for a while now, and you’re finally jumping in with both feet. For your POC POC (and cohabitation experience!) to be positive, you have to be well prepared. To make the process easier, here are 6 tips to help your new project along.
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