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Do you have and planing to keep Plymouth Rock Chickens? Here are the Pros And Cons of Keeping Plymouth Rock Chickens.

Pros & Cons Of Keeping Plymouth Rock Chickens

Do you have and planing to keep Plymouth Rock Chickens? Here are the Pros And Cons of Keeping Plymouth Rock Chickens.

Backyard chickens help keep insect populations down, provide a few eggs a day, and are very sociable.  They are fun to have.

Backyard chickens help keep insect populations down, provide a few eggs a day, and are very sociable. They are fun to have.

Chicken Care After First 60 Days, General Chicken Care, Coops - Once feathered move into a coop! 2-3 sqft per chicken in the henhouse & 4-5 sq/ft per chicken outside run. Keep local predators in mind! Flooring - Pine shavings work best. Try the deep litter method for low maint. Food & water-chicken layer feed / pellets. Or make a homemade chicken feeder / waterer, Treats - Vegetables, bread, bugs, chicken scratch(cracked corn, milo, wheat) LINK TO THE The Chicken Learning Center here!

Chicken Care After First 60 Days, General Chicken Care, Coops - Once feathered move into a coop! 2-3 sqft per chicken in the henhouse & 4-5 sq/ft per chicken outside run. Keep local predators in mind! Flooring - Pine shavings work best. Try the deep litter method for low maint. Food & water-chicken layer feed / pellets. Or make a homemade chicken feeder / waterer, Treats - Vegetables, bread, bugs, chicken scratch(cracked corn, milo, wheat) LINK TO THE The Chicken Learning Center here!

guineas don't scratch your gardens to death like chickens and they eat every tick & bug in sight and out of sight!  Plus, they keep snakes away too because they eat them!

Best Backyard Chickens: Facts about Chickens, Best Chickens for Eggs, Raising Meat Chicken Breeds, What to Feed Chickens & Easy Chicken Coops to Build

guineas don't scratch your gardens to death like chickens and they eat every tick & bug in sight and out of sight! Plus, they keep snakes away too because they eat them!

It's Animal Day, So Here is another great article for those thinking about getting a Goat: (I love goats BTW)

Raising Goats: How to Choose a Breed

It's Animal Day, So Here is another great article for those thinking about getting a Goat: (I love goats BTW)

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