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Managing chickens in suburbia comes with different challenges than a rural environment; where the land is less scarce, and neighbours further away. Keeping a flock of layers or even meat birds will require a bit of management to avoid odours, … Continue reading
It’s been bought to my attention (Thanks Elly!) that my Chook Compound Post, while instructive, is a bit intimidating. I agree too. I over-engineered that thing to just within the limit of my abilities. Really, what’s needed is a bare-bones … Continue reading
There’s been a bit of talk in the media lately about proposed changes to laws surrounding ‘Free Range’ chooks, what this means and how the laws are applied.