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Tag: Egg Production

4 Tips for Making Pickled Eggs

Follow these tips to make your own pickled eggs with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. If you’re raising backyard chickens for egg production, you might want to save some of the eggs for later. Making pickled eggs is an easy way to keep those farm fresh eggs for a little longer. Because of their high quality, fresh eggs are the best for pickling and storing for a long period of time.(…)

Which Chickens are Best for Egg Production?

Find out which chickens are best for laying eggs. If you’re thinking about raising backyard chickens, you have to know which breeds will suit your needs. If egg production is your goal, you need to know that some breeds are better than others. With the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can learn which chickens are best for egg production. We break down the breeds by rating their egg production(…)

Hobby Farm Small Animals

Hobby farming can be rewarding but it’s important to select the right animals for you. You have to consider what you’re hoping to produce on your farm. You have to think about how much work you want to put into your livestock. We give you some examples of great starter animals for your hobby farm. Chickens Chickens are widely considered to be the best animals to start with on a(…)

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(…)

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