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February 14th, 2011

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The Chicken Whisperer's Guide to Keeping Chickens: Everything You Need to Know . . . and Didn't Know You Needed to Know About Backyard and Urban Chickens


The Chicken Whisperer’s Guide to Keeping Chickens: Everything You Need to Know . . . and Didn’t Know You Needed to Know About Backyard and Urban Chickens


$5.00


Are you looking for a great way to reconnect with the earth, the community, and your food sources? Keeping backyard chickens is a fun, simple way to start making this happen, even with limited space in your backyard. Let the Chicken Whisperer (poultry personality Andy Schneider) teach you everything he knows…and everything you need to know…about raising a backyard flock! Ditch the super-techn…

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chicken coop requirements

February 12th, 2011

chicken coop requirements
What are the requirements for a chicken coop?

I'm building and I would like a list of direction.

a protected Place for them to sleep at night and to lay. a fenced in area for them to go in the daytime (should be attached to the covered area) the fenced Area should either chicken wire or high enough to cover not fly for them two. if you do not have dogs or get worried not about them attacked you do not need a fenced in area just put it in the night and left them in the morning. hope this helped!


The Joy of Keeping Farm Animals: Raising Chickens, Goats, Pigs, Sheep, and Cows (The Joy of Series)


The Joy of Keeping Farm Animals: Raising Chickens, Goats, Pigs, Sheep, and Cows (The Joy of Series)


$6.74


A second edition of the beloved guide to farm animals.When the going gets tough, the tough . . . start raising their own food. In the first full-color guide of its kind, author and small farm owner Laura Childs reveals exactly what it takes to start raising your own animals, including chickens, geese, goats, sheep, pigs, and cows. Childs discusses what you can expect to harvest from your animals…

XHENRY Outdoor Solar Motion Sensor Light, Wireless Waterproof (36 LED) Security Light, 4 Modes Wall Lamps for Step Stairs, Patio, Porch, Garden, Path (Black)


XHENRY Outdoor Solar Motion Sensor Light, Wireless Waterproof (36 LED) Security Light, 4 Modes Wall Lamps for Step Stairs, Patio, Porch, Garden, Path (Black)


$26.99


5 Modes Mode1: Motion Sensor + Dim Light, Charging in day and working at night; This light is dim when it detects no person in the area. It will become bright when someone pass. Mode2: Motion Sensor, This Light will automatically turn on when someone pass, and it will turn off when detects no person. Mode3: Always On, Charging in day, turn on at night (More than 8 hours) until the battery voltage …

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farmville chicken coop two

February 10th, 2011

Farmville! Gaming! Help?

How do you get Chicken Coop to go to your chicken. I have two chicken coop but they will not go?

First, make sure Coop is not full of chickens by the mouse over them. If it is not full, click on a chicken, then move. Mouse on cooperation, until you can not see, the chicken and then click it. If the chicken does not show with your mouse, then it was successful in Farmville chicken coop down.

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chicken coop nevada

February 10th, 2011

chicken coop nevada
I bought baby chickens, Any tips?

I have 6 chicks in a large box with wood chips, a small investor and a small drink. They have a brooder heat on them seem to buld and well. They will not be used as a slotter. I own the decision of the Agriculture eggs. Either way, I was curious if there's something important I need to know. They are really fun to see, and my kids love them. I would be upset if something happened to them. so I just wonder if there are any tips on how you care for baby chickens. they are not all the same race. they are all different. half of them spring lightly. i live in Nevada. I have had chickens before, but I've never had to raise themselves. I have a chicken coop on my property. I wonder if I they transfer out of the box in the cage. If you have any tips for the care of the baby have chicken, I would know she likes. Thanks

How to care for Baby chicks and tips you need to know. Pet chickens average lifespan is about 15 years. but chicken out door must have at least a portion of the day. love to scratch in dirt and take dust baths, eat tender new shoots (remember that some houseplants can be toxic), and was lying in the sun. if you want more baby chickens, a rooster dont get a companion for youre hens. some were everyday, while others have only a few months of the year. Note Stroe much cost only a few dollars for the purchase of food needed chickens. Raising a chick is easy and fun. the Meean that they are able to walk and for their own eat soon after hatching. tiny chicks need a heat source, a clean environment, food and water. You can invest in a chick breeder or build youre own a larger aquarium glass or wood oor board, a screened – Clip on lamp and some screening or towels for a cover. the box should be about 24 centimeters long and 18 cm wide and about 12 to 18 cm tall. This is large enough for up to 6 small chicken. Clip the light on the edge and position it so it is about 4''über the floor. Line the box with newspaper and fill with about 1 inch of wood chips or sawdust, although paper towels daily as well and are easy to change. check the temperate can under the lamp, it should be quite warm to your hand. but not hot -90 degrees F is right. some growers prefer to use red light bulbs to stress, to minimize the night. the chicks are sitting under the lamp to stay warm and willl move from under them drink and eat. Use a shallow pan with water – no more deep as 1 / 2 inches. Add small stones rocks poured into the water, so the chicks cannot drop and wet or drown. The food and water at least twice day. the chicks will beep loudly when it cold or hungery and claimed little chirping make noises when happy. Cup youre hand over the child, as you sit quietly feed with little pieces of corn, berries, small live mealworms and other treats from the hand, while his name and said in a very small time chick youre voice associate with food. Comfort and come every time you call. at least 4-5 weeks old to go outside the Babbies care. ASND at about 8 weeks should be old enough to not need no more the lamp. about 5 months, the chickens stay in the outside pen overnight. If you plan to have it out there Sleep, you start it in the carrier in the night at about 2-3 months old.


Building Chicken Coops For Dummies


Building Chicken Coops For Dummies


$7.99


As the popularity of urban homesteading and sustainable living increases, it’s no wonder you’re in need of trusted, practical guidance on how to properly house the chickens you’re planning (or have already begun) to keep. Building Chicken Coops For Dummies gives you the information you need to build the most cost-efficient, safe, and easy-on-the-eye enclosures for your backyard flock. This …

Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?: The Epic Saga of the Bird that Powers Civilization


Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?: The Epic Saga of the Bird that Powers Civilization


$4.65


From ancient empires to modern economics, veteran journalist Andrew Lawler delivers a sweeping history of the animal that has been most crucial to the spread of civilization across the globe—the chicken.Queen Victoria was obsessed with it. Socrates’ last words were about it. Charles Darwin and Louis Pasteur made their scientific breakthroughs using it. Catholic popes, African shamans, Chinese …

Big Chickens Fly the Coop


Big Chickens Fly the Coop


$0.70


In the sequel to 4 Big Chickens, the 4 chickens want to visit the farm house, but in true chicken form, at least for these 4 chickens, they fumble every attempt with hilarious consequences, and keep returning to the safety of their hen house until they finally decide they are 4 big brave chickens who REALLY want to see the farm house….







Backyard Chicken Coops


Backyard Chicken Coops


$2.18


Backyard Chicken Coops is an informative how-to documentary both for people interested in this new trend in small scale agriculture, and for those looking to start raising chickens of their own. Imagine being able to pick up farm fresh eggs from your backyard! For some, it’s no longer just a fantasy. Chicken cooping has taken off in backyards all over the country, not only bringing food productio…

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multiple chicken coop cheat

February 7th, 2011

Sims 2 Cheats castaway ps2?

Hey guys you have Sims 2 cheats? And how can I catch a chicken several times I have tried, but my sim just shrugs, Set chicken when I press the case I need a chicken coop?

try neoseeker.com it has some good walkthroughs.

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automatic chicken coop door opener

February 5th, 2011

automatic chicken coop door opener
Can chickens know how to go day in their cooperation at a given time all?

We are fairly new Chicken Coop facility owners, and are one because our chickens are always ready to lay eggs. We are always open in an automatic chicken door and close interest in the morning and night. But I wanted to know if the chickens were not locked at night, maybe get Mabye And there was a bell or noise. Thanks

You will be at Sunset To go but an automatic door? You can think of predators with them a little lock!


Add-A-Motor Chicken Coop Automatic Motor (D20)


Add-A-Motor Chicken Coop Automatic Motor (D20)


$88.23


Install the Add-A-Motor Chicken Coop Motor on your chicken coop and it automatically opens and closes the door on a time schedule you choose. Simply plug it into your lamp timer switch and it protects your hens and eggs, and saves you valuable time every day. Has a reversible motor with adjustable stop settings. Motor stops door at open and closed positions you set. No counter-weight needed. Motor…







Coop Auto Door SOLAR-7.4 Chicken Solar Kit


Coop Auto Door SOLAR-7.4 Chicken Solar Kit


$75.94


The chicken coop auto door solar kit is compatible with all coop auto door products (both the basic model and the sunrise/sunset model which never needs adjusting and chickens are naturally trained within days). It requires no assembly and includes mounting hardware and cables in the kit. The panel can be staked in the ground or attached to the wall with a self-contained mounting bracket. If you a…

Predator Guard Solar Powered Predator Deterrent Light Scares Nocturnal Pest Animals Away, Chicken Coop Accessories


Predator Guard Solar Powered Predator Deterrent Light Scares Nocturnal Pest Animals Away, Chicken Coop Accessories


$21.99


One Attack By a Night Predator Can Wipe Out All Your Investments and Hard Work. Put An Immediate Stop To Wild Animals Destroying Your Property, Gardens and Livestock Repels Human Predators Too The acclaimed Predator Guard control device, deployed around the world, is solar powered, automatic and maintenance-free. It protects your property, livestock and gardens from damage caused by nocturnal a…

Automatic Chicken/Duck Coop Door Opener


Automatic Chicken/Duck Coop Door Opener


$239.99


The world’s leader in automatic poultry pop door openers brings an Electronic Doorkeeper for your duck house. Made in Germany for outdoor use, this door opener is constructed to be reliable and dependable in keeping your poultry flock safe from dusk ’till dawn. An integrated photoelectric switch controls the VSB electronic doorkeeper motor, which opens or closes the sliding gate of the poultry hou…

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ceramic chicken coop heater

February 4th, 2011

ceramic chicken coop heater


Inkbird Itc-308 Digital Temperature Controller Outlet Thermostat, 2-stage, 1100w, w/ Sensor


Inkbird Itc-308 Digital Temperature Controller Outlet Thermostat, 2-stage, 1100w, w/ Sensor


$35.00


Main features: Plug and play design, easy to use; Dual relay output, be able to connect with refrigeration and heating equipment at the same time; Support reading with Centigrade or Fahrenheit unit; Maximum output load: 1100W(110V); Dual display window, be able to display measured temperature and set temperature at the same time; Temperature calibration; Compressor delay protection for refr…

Ceramic Heat Lamp - TOOGOO(R)110V 50W E27 Ceramic Infrared No Light Electrical Emitted Heat Lamp for Heating, Chicken Coops, Brooding, Grow Light


Ceramic Heat Lamp – TOOGOO(R)110V 50W E27 Ceramic Infrared No Light Electrical Emitted Heat Lamp for Heating, Chicken Coops, Brooding, Grow Light


$6.79


* TOOGOO is a registered trademark. ONLY Authorized seller of TOOGOO can sell under TOOGOO listings. Our products will enhance your experience to unparalleled inspiration. TOOGOO(R)110V 50W E27 Ceramic Infrared No Light Electrical Emitted Heat Lamp for Heating, Chicken Coops, Brooding, Grow LightThe Ceramic Heater is a radiant heat source which creates a natural sun like heat with a uniform patter…







Eco-heater NA400S Wall-Mounted Ceramic Convection Heater


Eco-heater NA400S Wall-Mounted Ceramic Convection Heater


$107.14


Wall Mount Whole Room Electric Space Heater. Follow safety guidelines. Do not use in wet locations or where heater or power cord could fall into water. Do not use with extension cord, do not cover or obstruct the heater, wall mount only. Tools are required to mount to wall….

Honeywell 1500 Watts Digital Ceramic Portable Oscillating Space Heater with Adjustable Thermostat- White


Honeywell 1500 Watts Digital Ceramic Portable Oscillating Space Heater with Adjustable Thermostat- White


$56.97


The Honeywell 1500 Watts Digital Ceramic Portable Oscillating Space Heater with Adjustable Thermostat- White is a portable ceramic heater that can be used for personal warmth or whole room comfort. Featuring cool touch housing, tip over and overheat protection and two heat settings, this attractive oscillating tower heater is both safe and convenient. Other features include an adjustable thermosta…

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farmville chicken coop limit

February 2nd, 2011

wineville chicken coop murders book

February 2nd, 2011

chicken coop nesting boxes

February 2nd, 2011

chicken coop nesting boxes
Chicken Coop / nest box?

I started chickens. I have long Coop built for her feet, is three meters high, four feet wide and eight. About how many chickens to keep? The nest boxes are built as I set foot high, a foot long and one foot wide and four inches. If the large enough?

Q It's kind of tiny. For every chicken you have, you should coop at least two square feet figure. Also, you only built a 3 m high coop? How to get into the cleaning? lol. I think you should probably expand on your Coop, and the nesting boxes are not very large with. You may want to consider a few pages or as http://www.raisingbackyardchickens.org http://www.chickenraisingsecrets.com for some tips.


Rugged Ranch Products DUPLEX Nesting Box for Chicken, 12 by 12 by 12-Inch


Rugged Ranch Products DUPLEX Nesting Box for Chicken, 12 by 12 by 12-Inch


$22.79


Our handcrafted Nesting Boxes are available in 5 sizes to suit each different type of poultry. The Duplex Nesting Box measures 24′ x 12′ x 12″….

Rugged Ranch Products STUDIO Nesting Box for Chicken, 12 by 12 by 12-Inch


Rugged Ranch Products STUDIO Nesting Box for Chicken, 12 by 12 by 12-Inch


$14.69


Our handcrafted Nesting Boxes are available in 5 sizes to suit each different type of poultry. The Studio Nesting Box measures 12′ x 12′ x 12″….

Vintage Dozen: 12 Fake Wooden Dummy Eggs for Chicken Coop or Decor


Vintage Dozen: 12 Fake Wooden Dummy Eggs for Chicken Coop or Decor


$14.97


This Vintage Dozen of Eggs features 12 solid wooden eggs that come in a rustic cardboard egg box tied with twine. The white painted eggs are used for home decor or as dummy eggs in a chicken coop, placed in nesting boxes to trains hens to lay their eggs in the right place. The eggs may also be painted as Easter decor that lasts from year to year….

Standard Size Chicken Saddles Hen Aprons Set of (5) Grab Bag Patterns Vary


Standard Size Chicken Saddles Hen Aprons Set of (5) Grab Bag Patterns Vary


$24.99


Set of (5) Chicken Saddles/Hen aprons This is a grab bag and patterns will vary. A hen or chicken saddle is a apron that you put on your hens/chickens to protect their backs from roosters during mating. Hens often lose their feathers, sustain cuts and dashes during mating. This can cause infection, picking, cannibalism and death. Measurements Approx. 7″H-8″ W Fabric color/pattern will be chose fro…

Standard Size Chicken Saddle Hen Apron 2 Pack


Standard Size Chicken Saddle Hen Apron 2 Pack


$13.99


Chicken Saddles/Hen apron. A hen or chicken saddle is a apron that you put on your hens/chickens to protect their backs from roosters during mating. Hens often lose their feathers, sustain cuts and dashes during mating. This can cause infection, picking, cannibalism and death. Measurements Approx. 7″H-8″ W…

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