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By Alan Stanford, Ph. D
october 31, 2018 by vjppoultry, posted in new silkies
Source: Mississippi State University Extension
october 14, 2017 by vjppoultry, posted in new silkies
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Diatomaceous Earth Uses in Chickens - Backyard Poultry Add to Favorites Have you ever wondered about diatomaceous earth uses in poultry? When I first started raising chickens for eggs, I noticed that many poultry people talked about using something that they only referred to as "DE." Not being one who knows many chicken acronyms, I was clueless about what they were referring to.
Hidden Health Problems: Chicken Lice and Mites - Backyard Poultry Hidden Health Problems: Chicken Lice and Mites - Backyard Poultry Add to Favorites It's inevitable. Someday, no matter how careful you are or how clean you keep things, you're going to find chicken lice, mites, or both on your birds and in your coop.
Hidden Health Problems: Chicken Lice and Mites - Backyard Poultry Hidden Health Problems: Chicken Lice and Mites - Backyard Poultry Add to Favorites It's inevitable. Someday, no matter how careful you are or how clean you keep things, you're going to find chicken lice, mites, or both on your birds and in your coop.
Mites and Lice are an Unpleasant Fact About Chicken Keeping That Can Be Treated and Prevented
The Truth About Chickens and Bugs There is a common belief that free ranging chickens will rid a yard of pesky insects, snails, slugs and ticks. Many think that a flock of chickens converts pests into eggs, meat, and fertilizer. It is important to remember that chickens are opportunistic omnivores who spend hours combing the yard for edible tidbits.They scratch through leaves, tall grass, and garden mulch looking for bugs.
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