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hen-houses.net The generalist breeds used in barnyards the world over are adaptable utility birds good at producing both meat and eggs. Though some may be slightly better for one of these purposes, they are usually called dual-purpose breeds. http www.facebook.com Best Chicken Breeds for Beginners | Chicken Breed Reviews for … Sometime called the “classic

Jul 17, 2010

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by: Administrator

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Tags: chickens, Farm, Urban

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Categories: Urban Homesteading

Already a part of my diet for years now, the thornless cactus Opuntia cochenillifera looks promising as one more rung in my efforts to be self sufficient in feeding my chickens, Coturnix Quails, and Muscovy Ducks. It is being raised in arid regions of the world as fodder for cows and goats. Enjoy! John

Jun 15, 2009

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by: Administrator

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Tags: chickens

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Categories: Animals

Well, we got the chickens in. We started feeding them poultry feed from our local feed supply store. They have been in to 2-3 days and have all gotten used to roosting in the coop.

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