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solar energisers 200m up electric net

Which Solar Energiser is best for a 200m kit?

When you’re looking for a solar energiser for a large electric netting set up the same basic principles apply –namely where do you live and what are your expectations? To …

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solar energisers 100-150m electric net

Which Solar Energiser is best for a 100-150m kit?

When you’re looking at which solar energiser to purchase for a 100m or 150m electric netting set up thesame basic principles apply – namely where do you live and what …

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solar energisers for 25-50m electric net

Which Solar Energiser is best for a 25m or 50m electric net?

Generally speaking, if you are interested in purchasing a single 25m or 50m electric net then you are probably a backyard chicken keeper with a small number of chickens> for …

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Combat Chicken Mites Naturally

Combat Chicken Mites Naturally

External parasites are the single most common problem encountered in a backyard chicken coop. The common culprits are chicken mites and chicken lice. Fortunately both are easily controlled using several …

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Natural Treatments for Chicken Diseases

Natural Treatments for Chicken Diseases

Despite your best efforts, sometimes a chicken falls ill. There are many common chicken diseases that can affect your flock, but fortunately there are simple and effective natural remedies available …

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How to Help an Egg Bound Chicken

How to Help an Egg Bound Chicken

A chicken is egg bound when she is unable to pass an egg. The egg becomes stuck in the oviduct, causing the egg bound chicken considerable discomfort. Egg binding in …

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Broody hen : Breaking the cycle

Broody hen – Breaking the cycle

A broody hen is compelled by changes in daylight, hormones and natural instincts to sit on a clutch of eggs until they hatch. Broody hen behavior is very distinctive. She …

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Chicken Care: Keeping Your Hens Fit & Healthy

Chicken Keeping: Healthy, fit hens

  Different types of chickens lay different amounts of eggs. Some produce more or less depending on the time of year and the climate. All breeds have one thing in …

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