DIY Winter Water Heaters For Chicken Coop

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Water is important for your chickens during winter. Make sure you keep your chicken’s water from freezing with these DIY projects.

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3 Ways To Add A Rooster To Your Flock

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Adding a rooster to your flock will bring you many advantages: you’ll have happier, safer hens and fertile eggs for hatching.

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Prep Blog Review: Gardening & Farming Winter Tips

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For many people, gardening & farming are related to spring and summer, but not for us. Here is how to grow your food during winter.

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Prepper Project: 5 Ways To Build A Chicken Incubator

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Commercially available incubators are pretty expensive, but the good news is that you can build your own chicken incubator for as low as $3.

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14 Cheap Ways To Feed Your Chickens

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If know exactly what your chickens are eating, and in turn, you’ll know what YOU are eating! This is how to feed them right on a budget!

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9 Ways To DIY A Chicken Feeder

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You may enjoy feeding them by hand, but this projects will free up some time in case you’re too busy to throw scratch every day.

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Happy Hens Lay More Eggs: 8 Tips To Happy Hens

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Are you having problems with egg production? Do your hens seem to be rebelling against you? Well there may be a good reason for it.

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Backyard Chicken Facts – 5 Things No One Told Us

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Here are a few things we’ve learned that might help you as you decide whether or not to get chickens for your backyard.

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Prep Blog Review: All Things Homestead

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We found some great articles this week that will help you keep your homestead in top form and ready for the winter and for any emergency for that matter.

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Prep Blog Review: Survival When The Lights Go Out

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The latest events make us think more of the importance of being prepared for an attack on the grid, which would mean lights out and back to the basics.

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Prep Blog Review: Autumn Preparedness

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Autumn means new chores in the garden, preparing for school, fighting colds and more so are you ready?

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Prep Blog Review: Easy Ways to Food Independence

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After SHTF food will be scarce, so providing will be much easier if you have a garden and some livestock in your backyard.

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Best 5 Birds To Grow For Survival

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Learn how to raise and propagate these 5 farm birds; it can make it easier to get through any food shortage that comes your way.

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Keeping Farm Animals Healthy in the Winter

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Whether you’re trying to protect your food sources in a survival situation or just trying to avoid expensive veterinary bills, protecting your farm animals from disease in the winter is crucial.
Disease can be really catastrophic on a farm.

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Prep Blog Review: About Food Independence

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Having enough food during a crisis could make the big difference between survival and death, for you and your family. It’s good to have a well organized stockpile, but any stock finally reaches its end, while producing food by your own means gives you freedom.

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Why Chickens Stop Laying Eggs in the Winter

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Chickens are a bit fickle about cold weather, but the last thing that you want them to do is stop laying eggs.
In a survival situation, that could be catastrophic.
Fortunately, with just a few modifications, you can keep those hens clucking.

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