Posted on 31 August 2020 in Uncategorised.
It’s lovely having pet rabbits. And you will want to do what you can to make sure they are as comfortable as possible living in your household as part of the family. The hutch is where the bunny will be spending a lot of time so you must choose one that suits your rabbit well. So without further ado, let us look at some tips for choosing the perfect hutch.Read more
Posted on 31 July 2020 in Keeping Chickens.
For most people, chickens are divided into a few camps; fried, roasted or nuggets, but we’re more interested in them pre-dinner. As we become more aware of where our food comes from, how it’s sourced and, more importantly, the way it’s reared, keeping chickens at home, either as pets or a source of eggs and meat is increasingly popular.Read more
Posted on 30 June 2020 in Chicken Coops.
Ok – so the time has come to set up a coop for your chickens and hens. But what should you be looking for? Do you already have a coop set up for your existing flock of fowl? Or, are you buying into a coop for the very first time? Regardless of the approach, it’s crucial to look for a coop design that’s not only comfortable for your chickens but which is practical for your needs, too.Read more
Posted on 29 May 2020 in Keeping Chickens.
There are a lot of great reasons why you should raise backyard chickens. Not only will you get a constant source of fresh eggs that you can eat or also sell if you choose but they’re also great for kids, teaching them about different animals. Not to mention the current difficulties of getting eggs!Read more
Posted on 31 March 2020 in Keeping Chickens.
As a new season begins, in this case spring, some of you may be wondering about any precautions that you should take for your chickens. After all, the new season brings new factors, such as a change in weather. Although spring is not usually a season full of weather extremes, not too hot or too cold. There are still some issues that spring can bring up, which we will be exploring in this blog:Read more
Posted on 28 February 2020 in Uncategorised.
As a nation of animal lovers, we have been keeping our favourite dogs, cats, pigs, and even goats as pets for between 9,000 and 15,000 years. Domesticating these once wild animals into our daily lives has given us centuries of pleasure. Rabbits though were a little more stubborn. We have had these balls of fluff as pets for ‘only’ 1400 years.Read more