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Tag: Chicken Coops

How to Build a Chicken Wire Fence

Chicken wire is a versatile product that’s often used in a number of ways by farmers, gardeners, and DIY handymen. It comes in handy when constructing a quick trellis for vining plants, keeping small animals out of your garden, or for a variety of interior and exterior applications around your home. There is little to no debate over the number of different ways that chicken wire can be used. However,(…)

Predator Proofing Your Chicken Coop

Learn how to predator-proof your chicken coop. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet and Nutrena Poultry Specialist Twain Lockhart, you can learn how to predator-proof your chicken coop. From coyotes to raccoons, there are plenty of wild animals that want to feast on your flock. There are a few simple precautions and safety measures you can take to protect your birds. Common Predators Common chicken coop predators are(…)

Keeping Your Chickens Healthy

Keep your chickens happy and healthy with these tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Whether you want them for the barnyard or the backyard, you can raise your own chickens with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. From baby chicks to chickens in a chicken coop, you can trust us to help you get started. One of the most important parts of raising backyard chickens is keeping your flock healthy.(…)

Hobby Farm Egg Production

Hobby farm egg production is growing in popularity. Farm fresh, possibly even organic, eggs are quite desirable and for good reason! For the most part, the taste and overall quality of “home grown” eggs far surpasses what can be found in grocery stores. Whether you’ve already got your flock of hens or you’re considering whether backyard chickens are a good fit for you, the below article will give you some(…)

Raising Baby Chicks 101

Start raising baby chicks with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Receiving your very first brood of baby chicks is definitely an exciting experience; however it can also be a bit daunting. Baby chicks are definitely a handful; they are quite fragile and need a lot of care and attention. It is extremely important to have everything in place before your baby chicks arrive. In order to be prepared(…)

Chicken Coops for Beginners

The practice of keeping chickens on hobby farms, in suburban backyards and even in urban gardens is growing exponentially. You might have even thought to yourself, “Wow, it would be nice to have farm fresh eggs right from my backyard! But, how would I care for chickens?” Many pondering the possibility of keeping chickens get stuck on how to properly house chickens. Here we provide you the basics you will(…)


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