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These are the best egg laying hens; one egg everyday. For more information please visit my website: http://saigongamefowl.webs.com.
Watch more How to Raise Farm Animals videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/383168-How-to-Raise-EggLaying-Chickens If you like the taste of farm-fresh eggs but are miles from the farm, consider raising a few chickens yourself. Step 1: Count your chickens Decide how many chickens you want. Most hens in full production will lay an egg every day. If you have too many chickens you may not be able to use all the eggs. Tip Acquire your chickens from a reputable supplier to ensure the health of the birds. Step 2: Build a coop Build a chicken coop large enough to accommodate your flock. The coop should protect the chickens from rain, wind, and temperature extremes. Step 3: Add nesting boxes Place nesting boxes in the coop where the chickens can lay their eggs. The boxes should be enclosed and ...
Becky shows you 3 chicken breeds that she recommends.
4 inches of linear roost space for each chicken, that's the rule of thumb here. I always give them more because I like my chickens to have options. They will also choose to roost wherever they want, and usually where you don't want them to. More farming information and a farm podcast at: http://farmmarketingsolutions.com
Becky's Amazon Link: http://goo.gl/Y9Vgmj Becky’s Easy To Build Chicken Coop Design: http://beckyshomestead.com/portfolio/chicken-coop-designs-how-to-build-the-flip-coop/ Becky shows you everything so you'll know how to raise chickens for eggs. She starts by talking about how important it is to remove all stress from your chickens. Then she tells you what she feeds her chickens so they lay eggs all year long. Finally Becky shows you the nesting boxes and talks about her chicken coop designs.
Having backyard chickens is a great hobby and a wonderful way to get fresh eggs every morning. Just a few prolific hens will produce all your family needs every day - and probably still have leftover eggs to share with your neighbors. This list represents 10 of the most prolific breeds of chickens you can choose to start your flock. It is by no means comprehensive as chickens have been bred to be prolific - but it is a good place to start your research. For those with other prolific chickens, be sure to share them in the comments below to help other folks who are researching a good breed for their garden. http://www.theweekendprepper.com
How to make money raising chickens. In this video from www.thisishomesteady.com we share with you an idea on how a homesteader could earn $1000 gross income from their egg laying chickens, and depending on their feed costs, have a nice profit left over at the end. Saving money and earning money from chickens is not always easy. We have discussed in past episodes of the podcast how it can be challenging to make money from egg laying chickens. But in this video I present a new idea for earning a nice income from your flock. FREE VIDEO COURSE - Learn to homestead by taking the free Go Homestead! Course, sign up here - https://www.thisishomesteady.com/join-homesteady-movement/ Love Homesteady? Become a Homesteady Pioneer and gain access to a library full of Member’s Only videos, podcasts ...
Since my new batch of self raised birds are laying such small eggs I started the long search for some laying hens, It took a long time but I got what I was looking for, With a little luck we should have some nice big eggs in about 3 weeks. Life in Thailand on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/fishermantofarmer My Thai Homestead Website http://www.mythaihomestead.com/ My other youtube channel, WorldTravel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRMLdOCmr2JY8GmkeDvrAAA/feed Twitter https://twitter.com/PaulDollimount
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http://www.adventureswithjim.com hit the chat! Big day here on the farm, my little tiny puff balls are all grown up and starting to lay eggs! So I put this vid together of all the clips along the way, from the first day I got them til today...kinda cool...
Join Dr. Gordon Ballam, Purina poultry nutrition expert and Hank Will, editor, GRIT Magazine in our Raising Happy, Healthy Chickens video series. In this edition, learn how quality chicken feed and proper management can help support healthy chickens and nutritious eggs. Timestamps: 0:30 Tips for quality eggs 1:09 Influence of light on egg production 1:41 Molting and egg laying Find more great tips: http://www.purinamills.com/chicken-feed/ Connect with other flock raisers: https://www.facebook.com/PurinaPoultry?fref=ts Get inspired: https://www.pinterest.com/purinapoultry/
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Why are my chickens not laying eggs? It can be a very frustrating question. In this video Becky shows you how she dealt with some issues in her chicken coop that were hurting egg production. She also shows you some other things you can look out for that might stop your hens from laying.
http://beckyshomestead.com/what-to-feed-chickens Becky shows you what she feeds her chickens so they lay eggs all year long. She talks about what laying mash to buy, oats, bread, and whole corn vs cracked corn. Becky also talks about how important it is to keep the chicken water clean. Get answers to your homesteading questions here: http://beckyshomestead.com/ask-becky