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Raising Chickens

Role of Roosters

Role of Roosters  Rate it

The little known fact among newbies is that you do not need a rooster in order for hens to lay eggs. It’s worth repeating… hens lay eggs just fine without having a rooster!

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What to Feed Your Flock

What to Feed Your Flock  Rate it

It may come as a shock to you, but chickens are not vegetarians. In fact, given the opportunity, a chicken will eat a very well balanced and varied diet of fruits, vegetables, greens, grains, insects, grubs and even meat. Since their natural tendency is to consume a variety of foods, it is important that you feed your flock accordingly.

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Keeping Your Flock Hydrated

Keeping Your Flock Hydrated  Rate it

The best policy for keeping your flock hydrated is to make sure they never run out of water. This mantra is as true for freshly hatched chicks as it is for fully grown hens. So long as water is available, chickens wil drink water whenever their body needs it.

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About DIY Chicken Coops

Like you, we decided that the benefits of raising chickens and eating fresh eggs are too good to pass up.


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