Knowing which herbs are good for your hens (and why) is critical to raising chickens naturally. Bloggers: Feel free to use this infographic on your site as long as you give credit to FrugalChicken and provide a link to the FrugalChicken website.

7 Herbs For Chickens

Knowing the best herbs for chickens to eat is critical to raising them naturally. And Tarragon, Thyme, Dill, Cilantro and Oregano.

Wood Ash, I know I pinned this before but always a good reminder for mite prevention

Using wood ashes for your chickens saves you money. store them (fireplace ash only, not BBQ coals, etc) and when needed, mix 2 parts ash to 1 part sand for the chickens to do their dust bathing. And guess what? It keeps mites away.

mini pastures for the chickens. can have several going at once. Plant a new one each week?

PVFS Chicken Forage Blend - Irrigated - Nitrocoated Seed (lb) - ryegrass, clover, flax, and buckwheat.

Carolina Elizabeth white orphinton orpinton on swing chicken coop ad-ons

Building a Chicken Coop - Carolina Elizabeth white orphinton orpinton on swing chicken coop ad-ons Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

Automatic Chicken Coop Heater

Building A Chicken Coop - Automatic Chicken Coop Heater - Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

hangingtreat for your chickens also suet blocks to make to help them overwinter

Homemade Flock Seed Block - A Warming Winter Treat to Beat Boredom - Fresh Eggs Daily Blog - GRIT Magazine

Chickens love pumpkins: the seeds naturally deworm them and lots of other animals

Easy Backyard Chicken Coop Plans

Wondering how to hypnotize a chicken? Learn two easy ways to calm birds: the oscillating finger method or sternum stroke method.

How to Hypnotize a Chicken: Two Easy Ways to Calm Birds

Wondering how to hypnotize a chicken? Learn two easy ways to calm birds: the oscillating finger method or sternum stroke method. I had one chicken that would lay out like this every time I reached to pet her. I called her "My Fainting Chicken.

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