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Feeding Your Juvenile Chickens

Did you hatch some baby chicks this spring or summer?  By autumn, they've reached an age where they can be considered young adults - hopefully young ladies if you're looking for eggs!  If you have an existing flock, they should be able to join the group.   It's also...

Always Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Part 2

Like we mentioned in Part 1, horses have long teeth that continuously erupt out of the gums throughout their lifetime.  It's good that their teeth are constantly "growing" because their natural food source - grasses, hays, and forages - are very fibrous and abrasive,...

All About Molting

While the days are still long in late July, we are more than halfway through our annual trip around the sun.  Each day grows shorter as the sun sets a little sooner in the evening.  Decreasing daylight signals to your chickens that it's time to molt.  Some of your...

Chick Watch: 5 Weeks Later

Our little chicks are in their 5th week of life outside an egg!  It has been such a joy to watch Jordy be a mother hen to these two, and to watch the chicks growing and learning about the world around them. Jordy is the epitome of an overprotective "helicopter mom"....

Always Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Part 1

We wanted to write a short little article about your horse's teeth, but as we were researching, we realized there was more to discuss than we thought!  As it turns out, there's a lot going on in your horse's mouth.  In Part 1, we'll introduce you to the anatomy of a...

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