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Know Your Poultry – 3 Breeds of Chickens That Lay the Most Eggs

By Little Fields Farm 8 days ago 1938 Views

The biggest perk of rearing chickens in your backyard is being able to enjoy the steady supply of fresh and healthy eggs all around the year.

If you are planning on getting yourself a flock in order to enjoy fresh eggs every day, you will be interested to know that not all breeds lay the same amount of eggs.

Poultry Breeders: What Supplies You Need for Keeping Chickens?

By Little Fields Farm 15 days ago 10858 Views

Chickens generally make a good pet. They are easy to keep and it doesn’t cost a fortune to keep them happy and healthy.

This being said, there are some must-have supplies that every poultry breeder should have to make sure their chickens stay healthy and active.

Poultry Planning Part 2: Checking Your Incubator for the Breeding Season

By Little Fields Farm 2 months ago 4918 Views

Poultry farmers say that incubating eggs is fairly easy. However, they warn all amateurs to be wary of the pitfalls of maintaining the momentum and regulating the incubator.

Now, you may have had a smooth running the first time you incubated the eggs. Nevertheless, there is no harm in being more cautious about preparing for incubation the next time hatching season arrives.

Poultry Preparations Part 1: How to Collect and Store Your Eggs before Incubation?

By Little Fields Farm 2 months ago 3766 Views

Did you know? Eggs can severely deteriorate if you don’t store them properly. And you might already know how hard it is to handle these slippery fragile things.

That is why it is crucial for you to know how to store the eggs when you are collecting them for incubation. One wrong move can lead to a full destruction of your chick hatching plans.

Did we make you nervous? Well, you should be!

How Do You Incubate Chicken Eggs?

By Little Fields Farm 3 months ago 1518 Views

Did you know more and more farmers are opting for egg incubation?

It seems that the new-era mother hens are a tad bit reckless during their brooding period. They like to roam about and leave their vulnerable eggs exposed. This gives the rowdy rooster the perfect opportunity to damage the delicate eggs.

Egg Incubators: Here’s What You Should Know

By Little Fields Farm 1 years ago 1895 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.

Raising Chickens: A Quick Guide

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 724 Views

How can you ensure your cuddly, yellow babies grow up healthy and properly? Read our quick guide.

Incubating Chicken Eggs: What’s Involved?

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 1141 Views

Your hen just laid an egg, and now will fuss so much over it. But if she is not responsible enough, the egg may not hatch. The modern, young chicks may not be effective mothers, so maybe you should think about hatching the eggs yourself. You can do this by incubating chicken eggs.

Raising Chickens: Your Guide to ‘Egging’

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 1796 Views

Your chickens are laying so many eggs by the day. Sure, your purpose is fulfilled, but do you know where to go from here? What’s involved in collecting chicken eggs? Let’s take a look at the essentials.

Raising Organic Chickens

By Little Fields Farm 2 years ago 1684 Views

Today, produce is being farmed using artificial and unhealthy methods in an effort to curb costs and maximise profits. Over the years, the focus on organic farming has amplified considerably due to greater understanding of health effects and ethics. This has led to a high demand for organic produce, especially chickens for meat and egg farming.