Articles from 44Wolves

"A Happy Hen Lays Better Eggs" Bored poultry are more likely to eat eggs, fight, make a mess, lay bad eggs, and sometimes will even eat each other. To prevent these things, adding toys can result in a more productive, happy flock! 'The Almighty Egg' This simple toy can keep your hens pecking for hours! All you need are plastic easter eggs, screws or nails, a screwdriver or power driver with a drilling bit, twine or thin rope, and chicken treats. -For this example I will be using a power...
I acquired 5 chicks from Kahlua on June 25th. In the below pictures, they are 2 days old, meaning they were born on June 24th, 2013. The best pictures start when I get into individual shots of each chick. I had made my own lightbox using this thread: LINK. None of the fantastic pictures below had any filters or effects applied, it is just their natural beauty and the help of macros on my camera! The Chicks in their Brooder Hazel, my Wheaten Maran Eclipse, my Olive Egger who might not be an...
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