"Yes, they will stop eating the eggs. I do not believe in black oil sunflower seeds. You shouldn't need oyster shells if they are free ranging outside. Some chickens at this time of year will act funny because of the weather.
"Murray Hill Farm in Wakeman is looking for a part-time, seasonal, farm manager. Some experience required. Interested applicants should email Chuck Murray at email@example.com. This is a paid position. We are also hiring temporary help for the Spring…"
"Spring Maple Enterprises. Paul Rissler. 419-896-2468. Custom Poultry Processing. My understanding is, you can process your own chickens but have to be a certified processor if you are going to sell them to customers. We raise Freedom Rangers from…"
I don't think you need to do anything. We've had hens with all kinds of feet problems, even one we almost had to amputate a toe, if indeed they are called toes. Just keep an eye on her. Keep in mind they often get frostbitten…"
They don't need natural light when they are chicks. On average, expect one egg per chicken every day and a half. They do require 14 hours of daylight to lay and will naturally slow down egg production in the winter. Keeping chicks out of…"
Starting November 8th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market will move across the street and indoors to the Cretan Party Center at 3853 W 168th St. With three successful outdoor seasons completed, the Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market will begin a new indoor market the second Sunday of each month November through May. Customers can now purchase quality local products and select produce all year. Between fifteen and twenty vendors are registered to attend the monthly event.Vendors…See More
Hi! I appreciate you contacting me. I am proud to be pursuing my own farm enterprise way out here in Montana. For the foreseeable future, I won't be looking for farm work in Ohio. I can't say I won't be back though, since my family still lives in the Oberlin area. I hope we can be in touch--it looks like great things are happening at Murray Hill Farm! Thanks again.