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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

16 Fascinating Egg Facts | Backyard Poultry Magazine

16 Fascinating Egg Facts | Backyard Poultry Magazine

Raise Backyard Chickens to Take Advantage of These Egg Benefits Every Day No matter how you cook them - scrambled, poached, fried or baked - eggs are chock full of healthy nutrients. Even if you eat eggs all the time, there may be some things you don't know about them.


Mid September Limited Hauling space for chickens to Northern/Central California, Oregon, Nevada and Arizona

If you've been thinking about buying goats or chickens from Amber Waves and live in Northern or Central California, Arizona, Oregon or Utah now is your chance for reasonable hauling. Space is limited so contact us now. We have a customer making deliveries. Please email us direct for more details. debbie@amberwaves.info or text line only to 951-444-0074

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

7 Tips for Beginning Chicken Keepers

7 Tips for Beginning Chicken Keepers

This post is for people thinking about, or just beginning, to keep a backyard flock of chickens. Perhaps you're like us - you wish you had chickens and feel that your sustainable, self-reliant life wouldn't be complete without some hens clucking and pecking around your back yard.


Monday, August 15, 2016

Weekly Sales List Update

Bearded Bantam Silkie Sales List Update 8/15/16 New DNA Female Silkies Listed  http://amberwaves.co/s123.html

Sunday, August 14, 2016

You have received a new review from Douglas Wagner.

You have received a new review from Douglas Wagner. 5 Stars Care for Pygmy Goats "It is always wonderful working with Jim and Debbie on the care of my Pygmy Goats and Silkie chickens!!!"

Feeding Your Flock Organic Chicken Feed - Countryside Network


Feeding Your Flock Organic Chicken Feed - Countryside Network

What to Feed Chickens When You Want to go Organic When deciding to use organic chicken feed for your flock, it's first good to know what to feed chickens for a healthy diet. Believe it or not, an interesting fact about chickens is they don't need grain to survive.

Increasing the longevity of your backyard chickens

Increasing the longevity of your backyard chickens

This is a question that I am frequently asked, and a flippant answer might well be this: as long as the flock keeper decides they should live. Many people think that chickens are short-lived, and in our modern, factory-farming approach to eggs and chickens, they are.