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Chickens can help weed, eat bugs, break up manure...all kinds of things. Here's how to put those chickens to work! #chickens #farming #country

Chickens can help weed, eat bugs, break up manure...all kinds of things. Here's how to put those chickens to work! #chickens #farming #country

TO KEEP RODENTS OUT OF THE CHICKEN COOP: Plant Some Mint, a natural rodent repellent.  Spearmint, peppermint,  wintergreen, even lemon balm which is also in the mint family, will all help deter mice.  Try planting some mint around the coop and run in the spring.  Sprinkle fresh or dried mint in the coop and nesting boxes year round.

Keep Rodents out by planting mint around the coop. They are allergic to spearmint especially. Spearmint, peppermint, wintergreen, even lemon balm all help deter mice. Sprinkle fresh or dried mint in the coop and nesting boxes year round.