Just a few weeks ago, I made mention of our mission to increase our food production this year. While I’ve already covered several topics regarding food production, chicken power is one we’ve never really utilized. While this might be a foreign concept to some, it’s truly incredible how useful (and even entertaining) chickens can be on the homestead. From disposing of food waste to pecking compost and even tilling sod, listen today to discover how these little birds are so much more than just efficient egg layers.
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