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Easy Homemade Pumpkin Purée Recipe

Learn how to make an easy pumpkin purée to use the insides of a pumpkin when you carve it, or have a pumpkin just for baking. The purée is a treat your chickens will love, or the base of many delicious fall dishes and deserts.

Healthy Pumpkin Oat Cookies to Share with Your Chickens

Recipe for healthy pumpkin cookies fit for breakfast or a snack with your favorite flock! Four simple ingredients make these cookies very easy to make.

Can Chickens Eat Pumpkins?

Can chickens eat pumpkins? Yes! Pumpkins are a great treat for chickens that provide vitamins A & E, Potassium, Zinc and other health benefits. Fed in moderation, your flock will love these delicious pumpkin treats.

Easy Homemade Pumpkin Purée Recipe

Easy Homemade Pumpkin Purée Recipe

Learn how to make an easy pumpkin purée to use the insides of a pumpkin when you carve it, or have a pumpkin just for baking. The purée is a treat your chickens will love, or the base of many delicious fall dishes and deserts.

Can Chickens Eat Pumpkins?

Can Chickens Eat Pumpkins?

Can chickens eat pumpkins? Yes! Pumpkins are a great treat for chickens that provide vitamins A & E, Potassium, Zinc and other health benefits. Fed in moderation, your flock will love these delicious pumpkin treats.

Molting Chickens

Molting Chickens

You may be wondering why your chickens have been losing so many feathers. Often, this is normal, and it just means your chickens are molting!
Molting is the regular shedding and growth of new feathers. As feathers become worn, they fall out (molt) and new, healthy feathers grow in to replace the old. This typically happens on a large scale in the fall, after a chicken is a year old.

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