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Two Beautiful Miniature Horse Geldings

Two beautiful and friendly Miniature horse geldings.

The dark bay is 9 years old, and the chestnut is 14. Both are 32″ tall.

They love people and attention and are halter trained. They also lead well and are good about having their feet done.

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Should you keep your hens confined or free range?

The decision to keep chickens confined or allow them to roam free can be a difficult one. For some people, the choice is obvious–many cities do not allow chickens unless they are kept within small coops or chicken tractors. But for those who are allowed to let their chickens roam, they are often left wondering if they should.

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Holderread Waterfowl Farm 2015 Duck Order

Holderread Waterfowl Farm has a long-standing and well-deserved reputation as breeders of high quality ducks and geese. The farm is owned by Dave Holderread, a celebrity in the duck world due to his major contributions to duck breeding and exhibition. I was very excited to order 20 Runner ducklings and 10 Welsh Harlequin ducklings from the famous farm this May.

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Breed Profile: Muscovy Ducks

Muscovy ducks are a unique duck you should definitely consider adding to your homestead. They are entirely different from other domestic duck breeds, since Muscovies did not originate from Mallard ducks. Muscovies are also quite distinctive from other breeds.

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Recipe: Fluffy Buttermilk Biscuits

This simple recipe for buttermilk biscuits will have you enjoying light, fluffy biscuits in no time. Delicious!

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Breed Profile: Light Brahma

Light Brahma are my favorite breed of chicken. They are gentle giants, lay large eggs, and are gorgeous to look at. If you want a large breed of chicken that will look stunning in your barnyard, you can’t go wrong with Light Brahmas.

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10 Tips for Planning Orders of Baby Chicks

Stuck planning your next order of baby chicks? Don’t despair! The bleak, cold months of winter can be the perfect time to plan out your baby chick orders for the coming spring. It can be easy to get overwhelmed with the number of varieties of baby chicks available.

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