I don’t know about you, but we are in the dead of winter out here in Wyoming. Inevitably during this time of year, our chickens just don’t produce the same amount of eggs as they normally do. While the weather is certainly a factor, the are a number of possible reasons why your chicken isn’t producing. If you’re ready to figure out how light, age, molting, and so much more have the potential to dramatically shift the production you’re getting out of your chickens. Don’t worry my friends. I’m not here to just point out problems. I’m here to offer solutions. If you’re someone who’s dealt with the frustration of a broody hen, this episode is a must listen.!
Did you enjoy listening to this episode? Please drop a comment below or leave a review to let us know. This can help other folks learn about this podcast and we also really appreciate the feedback!
Podcast Episode Resources and Links Mentioned
• Ready to dig into even more information on dealing with broody hens? Click this link to head over to the blog post I wrote on this topic! https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2018/11/broody-hens.html
Ready to join the newsletter for mavericks who value free-thinking, ditching the status quo, and taking charge of every part of our lives? Click now! https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/freethinker
To get my comprehensive canning e-book, visit http://learnhowtocan.com/
If you’re ready to begin this homesteading journey, head to http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow to access my full library of resources to guide you down the path.
Design your dream homestead with my FREE handbook— grab it here: http://theprairiehomestead.com/layout
Head to http://prairieplanner.com/ to get your Prairie Planner today!
Get Old-Fashioned on Purpose hats & shirts at www.homesteadswag.com
Follow Jill on Twitter: http://twitter.com/homesteader
More Chicken & Egg Tips:
- Water Glassing Eggs: How to Preserve Your Fresh Eggs for Long-Term Storage (blog post)
- Closing the Loop on Dairy & Eggs (podcast episode)
- What to do With an Excess of Eggs (podcast)
- How to Keep Chickens Warm During the Winter (blog post)