Hello, my friends. Every few days I cutting weed for my chickens, they get some good greens and maybe a few bugs and insects that are on the plants. This is good practice for hens that lay eggs but are closed behind a fence. See how they like it!
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Our baby chickens aren’t babies anymore! At about a month old, they are more like rambunctious and awkward teenagers. They won’t actually be mature and start laying eggs until they are 5-6 months old (think chicken menses).
Watch to see how they’ve grown and what kind of antics they’ve been up to along the way!
These girls still have a couple of weeks before they go outside into the wide world, but they’re coming along nicely.
Music Credit: “If I Had a Chicken” by Kevin MacLeod
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This is the third time our hen has went broody. When this happens she will stay in a nest all day. And let me pick her up from the nest. This time as soon as she was broody enough for me to pick her up, I moved her back to her Brooder. She was with the gen pop before I moved her. It took her about two months from the last chicks to return to the broody state. This time I hand picked 6 blue and green eggs for her to sit on. We do not really need any more babies. This time is just for fun. give these girls a thumbs up!
This is a very cold 17 degree morning. This is our hens second set of chicks. The Brooder has been set up with wind blocks to the north. And has a heat lamp controlled from the feed room. The hay is from dad's farm. We recycle all we can. Give these girls a thumbs up!