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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.

How to manage messy, muddy duck water

There’s no question about it: ducks love water. It’s probably why they’re called waterfowl! Unfortunately, they also love muddying their …

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Using leaves as bedding in duck houses; does it work?

“What sort of bedding should I use use in my duck house?” It’s one of those questions that has no …

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5 Tips for Herding Ducks

As a duck owner, you’ve probably wondered, “just how the heck can I get these guys into their house?” Luckily, …

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