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September 2017

Egg Incubators: Here’s What You Should Know

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 2280 Views

Poultry farms often find the need of acquiring egg incubators to hatch eggs. Undoubtedly, hens are the most suitable natural incubation experts. However, the need of artificial egg incubators arises when the market need increases.

How to Take Care of Egg Laying Hens

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 2003 Views

Poultry farms raise chickens for meat and eggs. Chickens are generally classified into two types: broiler and layer. Broiler chickens are raised solely for meat, whereas layer hens are bred to provide eggs.

Why You Should Opt for Raised Garden Beds

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 1918 Views

Raised bed gardening is an effective method of growing plants and helps you get a higher yield from a small area. Elevated gardening beds can be of varying length and shape.

Controlling Poultry Heat Stress

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 2386 Views

Do you know the ideal temperature range to keep your chickens healthy and comfortable? Generally, chickens behave well at temperatures up to 27 degrees. But, if they go higher or if humidity levels increase, then you might notice some negative effects.

Cleaning Chicken Eggs

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 1611 Views

Generally, freshly laid chicken eggs are dirty, often covered with mud, feathers and even poop. How do you clean these chicken eggs? Here is some advice.

A Guide to Feeding Chickens

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 2207 Views

Got some chickens out there in your backyard? What do you feed them on? Feeding chickens is one of the most essential tasks of being a poultry owner. Obviously, you have kept those chickens either for eggs or meat, and in both cases, good nutrition is important.

Figuring Out the Amount of Space that Your Chickens Need

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 1951 Views

Planning to keep some chickens for eggs or for the meat? Whatever the reason may be, you would be concerned about how much space to allot, and how big should the chicken coup be. The amount of space that your chickens require depends on some key points.

Debunking the 5 Most Common Horse Riding Myths for Good!

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 2319 Views

Tired of explaining and educating others about your love for horse riding? Frustrated that everyone in your family thinks that riding a horse is as easy as riding a bike? Can’t make people understand that like other pets they need to be looked after? Irritated at how others mock you for wasting your efforts energy and money on your equine? All of this because they think it is a joke? You better tag them in this post as we are going to debunk some of the most common myths people have regarding horse riding and horses in general.

6 Reasons Why Many Riders Don’t Like Wearing Helmets

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 1823 Views

One of the most essential items in any horse riding checklist is helmet. Many riders believe that helmets are for kids or novices who are just learning to ride a horse. But this is not true.

Horse Riding Tips You Should Know About

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 2058 Views

Horse riding is an amazing activity that is enjoyed by thousands of people. It may look fun, but it requires balance, a a strong core, and strong limbs to stay steady on the saddle. If you are thinking of going horse-riding, it is recommended that you check out the following helpful tips, but before that understand the different types of horse riding.