Welcome to Triple E Apiary and Chicken Farm's page.
I strive to keep healthy, happy, productive chickens.
I'm a high school student that takes chickens and honey bees as SAE's for FFA. I raise meat bird, laying hens, various bantams, and an occasional turkey. My family and I keep 5 hives...
the problem with hollands is that they're too cute. You love on them so much when they're babies and they get mad when they get less attention and start to bite! lol
I suggest rench and English lops to anyone who wants a good house bunny! They're Super goofy and gentle!
I googled the standard chinchilla, looks just like the silver(or grey - whatever it's called LOL)!! We were thinking lionhead mix on the orange. Is there any way to tell "easy" age/gender?
Catch them and check their genitals. only real way. Do they have dewlaps? If they have dewlaps...
Breed: Mini Lop
Experience needed: little, but always do your research!
temperament: Varies from rabbit to rabbit, but proper handling always helps.
diet: most are a fed an all pellet commercial diet. treat are given simply as treats. Hay can also be fed in moderation...
Most important: Make sure you start at the bottom and work your way toward the horses butt. Otherwise you're just going to tighten the knots.
I've had luck with Mane n' Tail Detangler and i like the feel it gives it without the stink like MTG. A knife cutting vertically helps too, but make...
Will not ship!
Around 5 RIR from Meyer ( 2 years old), around 7-10 Easter Eggers from Ideal (around 1 year old), and 2 bantam brown leghorns (born in June) 3 or 4 silkies (born in June) ALL HENS
2 Brown Bantam leghorn roosters, and 3 silkies roosters.
Looking to reduce my flock. Keeping 6...
It seems like every one in there are just bossy, know it all. Most of them with little experience, that need to tell me how to do everything. Watch who you get advice from, they may not know any better!
Okay, so not my first egg, but my first Easter Egger Egg with my new girls. I've had started pullets and hen before, but this is the first I've raised from chick to egg! It feels so much more significant.