I keep my hens laying almost all winter long. Here's a few tips to help you keep your chickens happy and healthy all winter long. Please like, share, and ...
From Arms Family Homestead
Have your chickens stopped laying? Did you know you can keep them laying all year? I took a moment after work today to share with you our feelings about ...
From Willow Creek Homestead
The light can dramatically improve your egg output. BUT it will also reduce the total lay time of the hen. Pay me now or pay me later.
From GaryMule's Prepper Homestead
Why have my chickens stopped laying eggs?? During this time of year I get asked, "Why have my chickens quit laying eggs on my homestead?? For beginners ...
From Cog Hill Farm -The Dancing Farmer
Living in Alaska, we get plenty of snow, ice, and freezing temperatures throughout our winters. Chickens actually do really well in the winter - their layers of ...
From Alaska Urban Hippie
Season 3, Episode #133 | I've been asked by several folks recently about the chickens. In particular, how am I still getting eggs, and what am I feeding them?
From Cosmopolitan Cornbread
"How are you getting ALL of those eggs right now!" Simple. A basic list of how we manage our hens and the items we feel work for us in order to have healthy ...
From Appalachia's Homestead with Patara
Chickens need about 14-hour light cycles to lay consistently. Help them out, and they'll help you.
From The Tactical Homesteader
Monday during the big snow storm I had to literally dig out the chickens at the off grid homestead. The chickens were covered with about 8 - 10 more inches of ...
From The Do It Yourself World
When your young hens are maturing in winter months of the year, the shorter days of winter can delay the laying process.
From Cole's Backyard Coop
Why are my chickens not Laying eggs. Also, Find out what kind of chicken lays blue eggs .Well. I think I have the answer coming up in a an upcoming video.
From The Garden Of Feodora
It will be winter soon. My chickens stopped laying so I have to put a light in the chicken coop. This is because chickens lay less when the days are shorter.
From Up On the Roost My Little Homestead
Daylight Hours. Chickens, like most birds, normally would not lay eggs all year. But you can trick their bodies into thinking its summer by keeping a bright light on ...
From Etta Hahne Tipz
Join Dr. Gordon Ballam, Purina poultry nutrition expert and Hank Will, editor, GRIT Magazine in our Raising Happy, Healthy Chickens video series. In this edition ...