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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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Using sand in the brooder is worth it!

Brooders can become incredibly smelly in just a day or two under the wrong conditions. Using a thin layer of sand in the base of your brooder can eliminate odors and provide an easy way to clean up–like scooping out a cat’s litter box. This keeps your chickens healthier and is a breeze to maintain.

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Breed Profile: Fawn & White Runner Ducks

Fawn and White Runner ducks are one of the most commonly sold hatchery varieties of ducks. While they lack the upright body type of exhibition-style Runners, Fawn and White Runners are distinctive in appearance, with slightly concave, expressive heads, brilliant coloring, and wine bottle-shaped bodies.

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The benefits of bantam chickens

Many people first venturing into the world of backyard chickens have some form of space constraint. Either they can only own a few chickens in their city, or they have limited space to keep them in. Bantam chickens provide a wonderful alternative to their full size counterparts. They are tiny, lively, and come in any possible color.

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Wing clipping: should you clip your duck’s wings?

There are few things prettier than a duck with natural wings flying around a barnyard. But is it the best decision to allow your ducks …

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How to successfully keep different species of poultry together

Many poultry enthusiasts like to joke that chickens are a gateway animal–meaning it’s usually pretty tough for people with a couple chickens to not also …

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Breed Profile: Speckled Sussex

The Speckled Sussex is an old English breed of chicken. Known for its eye-catching coloring of white spots on a dark mahogany background, it is …

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