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Got Mice in your Coop? Here are some natural rodent deterrents.

5 Ways to Keep Rodents out of your Chicken Coop -- Community Chickens I leave feed out, and I know there are mice.

Repelling Mice ○ Plant mint around coop - Mint is a natural rodent repellent. They have a very keen sense of smell and don't like strong aromatic scents, so try planting some mint around the coop and run. Sprinkle fresh or dried mint in the coop and nesting boxes.

Keep Rodents out by planting mint around the coop. Spearmint, peppermint, wintergreen, even lemon balm all help deter mice. Sprinkle fresh or dried mint in the coop and nesting boxes year round. put in cement blocks around the bottom

Keep Mice out of your Coop

5 Ways to Keep Rodents out of your Chicken Coop -- Community Chickens

The Health Benefits of Herbs. Put fresh herbs in the nesting boxes to calm setting hens, repel insects and rodents and add an aromatic scent to the chicken coop.

The Health Benefits of Herbs. Put fresh herbs in the nesting boxes to calm setting hens, repel insects and rodents and add an aromatic scent to the chicken coop.

How to Sell Chicken Eggs - Selling Chicken Eggs From Your Small Farm

Start Selling Your Chicken Eggs! Here's How

How to Sell Chicken Eggs - Selling Chicken Eggs From Your Small Farm (Chicken Backyard Eggs)

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Rosie Nest~Organic Herbs for chicken coops

This wonderful made to order blend of organic aromatic herbs and edible flowers is specially created to keep your nesting boxes insect and rodent-free and also provide calming and other health benefit

 This wonderful made to order blend of organic aromatic herbs and edible flowers is specially created to keep your nesting boxes insect and rodent-free and als

Rosie Nest~Organic Herbs for chicken coops

This wonderful made to order blend of organic aromatic herbs and edible flowers is specially created to keep your nesting boxes insect and rodent-free and also provide calming and other health benefit

How would chickens live if they had their druthers? We can find out by looking at the habits and habitat of their wild relatives, the jungle fowl. That fascinating information is reviewed, and used to guide suggestions on how best to provide your chickens with the opportunity to express their natural behaviors. Plus tips on how to make the most of a small space.

Creating a Chicken Habitat with Tips from Jungle Fowl -

Look at the habitats of their wild relatives, the jungle fowl.Providing your chickens to express their natural behaviors.

Rodents can be eliminated from the chicken coop and run with a variety of techniques that are safe for use around chickens.

15+ Tips to Control Rodents Around Chicken Coops

The Chicken Chick®: 15 Tips to Control Rodents Around Chicken Coops (and elsewhere) [pinned: Sept.

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