I’m taking the weekend off from my usual moving-madness to catch up – catch up on sleep, catch up on chores, and catch up on my online commitments. I even took a nap this afternoon – can you believe it? It was well-deserved, I assure you. I have only a week and a half until my teaching school year is complete, and then it will be time to move! Of course, my current house is still not quite ready to sell, but we’ll be able to put the finishing touches on the house once the chickens, cats, and dog are moved over to the new place. In fact, my husband and his friend are building the hoop coop I mentioned as I speak. (Write!)
So, I stopped by Community Chickens for a quick post about four common ‘poultry pitfalls’ which are easily avoided. You can hop over for a read if you like. Have a great weekend, and I hope you have time to do some catching up as well!
Four Poultry Pitfalls
Been there, done that! The biggest poultry pitfalls are also the easiest to avoid. Caused mostly by over-enthusiasm and good intentions, these missteps can cause stress, illness, injury, shortened lifespan, and impaired offspring. Avoid these common pitfalls and enjoy a healthy, happy flock for generations!
Raising more chickens than you have room for