Basic Care of Finches


Finches are delightful songbirds that have a wide range of coloration and patterns. They are known for their cheerful songs and whistles. Although great birds for beginners, finches avoid direct interaction with their owners. This makes them poor pet for those seeking cuddly or docile companions.  If you're considering bringing a finch into your home, it's important to understand the basics of finch care. Here are some essential tips for caring for finches: Housing: Finches are relatively small, only 3 to 6 inches long. However, they require a spacious cage that is at least 18 inches wide, 18 inches deep,

Basic Care of Finches2023-04-28T16:32:27-07:00

Basic Care of Doves


Doves are beautiful, gentle birds that make an amazing pet for novice bird owners. They don’t make a huge ruckus other than their soothing cooing calls and love socializing with humans as well as other doves. While many birds may try to bite their humans or pluck their flock mates, doves rarely exhibit these behaviors. Doves require daily socialization, and housing doves in pairs helps to meet their needs. If you're considering bringing a dove into your home, it's important to understand the basics of dove care. Here are some essential tips for caring for doves: Housing: Doves require a

Basic Care of Doves2023-04-28T16:04:50-07:00

Chicken Coop Spring Cleaning


Cleaning a chicken coop after winter is essential to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for your chickens. Here are some tips on how best to clean a chicken coop after winter: Clean out bedding material: Start by removing all bedding material from the coop, as well as any feces and feathers. Sweep and scrub the coop: Sweep the coop thoroughly, and scrub the floors and walls with warm, soapy water to remove any dirt or debris. A mixture of one-part vinegar to three parts water makes a natural and effective cleaning solution. Make sure you remove all the bedding

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