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Chicken Nov/Dec 2019, 6 Critical Ailments of Senior Birds, Homesteading Classes for Poultry- Keepers, Adopt a Battery Hen, And More....

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Keep your birds active by making their coop, run and yard a place to play.
Across the pond, an urbanite teaches homesteading courses to spread her chicken-keeping knowledge.
Seasonal treat recipes can help keep your birds from getting bored.
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Rescue-keepers offer tips and resources on helping abused commercial hens that have been “put out to pasture.”