Chris Pine Shaves His Scruffy Beard Off, Looks Like a New Man!

Chris Pine Shaves His Scruffy Beard Off, Looks Like a New Man! It has been nearly six months since we have seen Chris Pine with a clean-shaven face and he has finally shaved off his scruffy beard!

How To Care For A Chick - First 60 Days:....Young Chick Brooder - Simple as a sturdy cardboard box or a small animal cage like one you'd use for rabbits. Flooring - Pine shavings work best, Temperature - 90 to 100 deg. for the first week, decrease 5 deg. per week.  A 100 watt bulb pointing in one corner (not the whole brooder) works well. Food & water - chick crumbles / starter & a chick waterer, Play time - Play with your chicks!  More details: Raising Chicks at link

How To Raise Baby Chicks - The First 60 Days Of Raising Baby Chickens - BackYard Chickens Community

Cedar and pine shavings are often used as pet bedding but are they really safe? Find out if cedar chips and pine shavings are your best options.

2 Common Types of Wood Shavings That May Not Be Safe for Your Pet

Cedar and pine shavings are often used as pet bedding but are they really safe? Find out if cedar chips and pine shavings are your best options.

Sweet PDZ or Pine Shavings?

Ok, so my coop floor is feet. Would it be too big of an area to use PDZ? Would it be too expensive, how much would I need to cover the whole.

Learn how to make this DIY rosemary pine beard balm for that bearded man in your life!

Rosemary Pine Beard Balm

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The deep litter method of litter management is used to keep chickens healthy and happy in their coop on small farms and homesteads. Laying hens are particularly suited for this method of litter management.

The Easy Way to Maintain a Clean-Smelling Chicken Coop

On your small farm, use a deep litter method to compost your pine shavings, straw or hay in place in your chicken coop and keep it smelling clean.

Chicken Care After First 60 Days, General Chicken Care, Coops - Once feathered move into a coop! 2-3 sqft per chicken in the henhouse & 4-5 sq/ft per chicken outside run. Keep local predators in mind! Flooring - Pine shavings work best. Try the deep litter method for low maint. Food & water-chicken layer feed / pellets. Or make a homemade chicken feeder / waterer, Treats - Vegetables, bread, bugs, chicken scratch(cracked corn, milo, wheat) LINK TO THE The Chicken Learning Center here!

Chicken Care After First 60 Days, General Chicken Care, Coops - Once feathered move into a coop! sqft per chicken in the henhouse sq/ft per chicken outside run. Keep local predators in mind! Try the deep litter m

Use pine needles or shavings or put pine boughs in your coop - Rodents dislike the scent of pine. Pine boughs will be the most effective of course, but pine shavings might help mice decide they don't want to bed down on the floor.

Fresh Eggs Daily®: Not a Creature was Stirring - Got Mice in your Coop? pine and mint to repel rodents

Tips for a Cleaner Coop with Less Effort.  Great ideas, including sand as bedding, "pooper scooper," ACV, and dropping boards.

5 Tips for a Cleaner Coop with Less Effort

The Chicken Chick®: 5 Tips for a Cleaner Coop with Less Effort Use sand instead of pine shavings. Convert compost /mulch fork into worlds largest kitty litter scoop with fine mesh hardware cloth.

This Pesto Chicken Salad is loaded up with pine nuts, shaved parmesan, and fresh tomatoes. A delicious, flavor-packed twist on a classic....this chicken salad is perfect for spring!

Pesto Chicken Salad

This Pesto Chicken Salad is loaded up with pine nuts, shaved parmesan, and fresh tomatoes. A delicious, flavor-packed twist on a classic.this chicken salad is perfect for spring!

What type of bedding is best for the chicken coop?   For the 12 coops on our farm in Missouri, we use pine shavings because they do not have a strong smell (like cedar) and do not create dust (like sawdust). Click to learn more laying season tips.

Learn about the transition from pullet to egg-laying hen, chicken housing and nutrition from the experts at Purina.

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