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Do & Don't Chicken Care Easy Tips

The Do's and Don'ts When Raising Chickens 

 

DO- have a coop ready and secure

DO- know if you are going to "free range" or raise hens in your coop

DO- have all supplies ready to care for chickens

DO- read the "easy care page" for information

DO- use organic probiotics for bacteria control and coop management

DO- replace your chickens with new pullets every 3 years for best egg production

DO- grow fresh sprouts or feed your chickens a healthy diet

DO- be prepared for predators

DO- be prepared for seasonal weather changes

DO- set an alarm on your phone to remind you to close your coop or check on your poultry

 

DO NOT -Let your other pets play with your chickens or chase them

DO NOT- Let young children under 5 play unsupervised with chickens

DO NOT -Try to re-invent your own system. The tips on poultry care here are proven effective

DO NOT - over clean your coop or use harsh chemicals

DO NOT - allow outside poultry in your coop. (farmers markets, swap meets, your friends giving you chickens can be a recipe for spreading bacteria's and diseases)

DO NOT- believe what you read on chat rooms and clubs. Just because its posted does not make it true. Do your own research or call Blue Star Ranch for free advice

 

 

 

 

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