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Today’s post is about hatching quail eggs. Recently I’ve been receiving requests to discuss more on the process of incubating eggs and the various types of birds you can raise on a small farm whether it be for profit or for pleasure. In later posts I’ll discuss raising quail. As quail come in many different [...]
Now is the time to pull out and check your chicken incubator for spring chicks. Here in Canada I store mine through the winter in its original box and pull it out again in March – right before I begin saving or shopping for fertilized eggs. If you don’t own own there is no better [...]
Whether you have bought or hatched chickens you’ll need to take specialized care of them until they are at least 4 weeks of age. Once your chickens have hatched, been removed from the incubator and are under the heat lamp you’ll be able to watch them grow with less worry and supervision. As they grow, [...]
Spring is in the air and the poultry incubators on GoodByeCityLife are in full swing! We started hatching chicks at this time years ago from our best hens and our flock is still strong. If you’re planning on incubating a few of your own from your existing flock this year, start now and they’ll be [...]
Raw egg, chicken, beef, mutton, fish, quail are the most preferred ingredients in case of dog diets that are prepared fresh and in-house. Taurine is one of the essential ingredients for a dog’s nutrition. Similarily the vitamin thiamine needs to be supplemented as an ingredient.
Whether you live in the country or in the city* you can get fresh eggs out of a backyard chicken coop every morning with minimal cost and chores. Raising chickens is a fun hobby for all age groups and can lead to a small farm income for those willing to put the effort into it. [...]