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Rhode Island Red

265 Large Brown Eggs

6-7 lbs

Production Red

280 Large Brown Eggs

5-6 lbs

Gold Laced Wyandotte

245 Medium Cream Eggs

4-5 lbs

New Hampshire

240 Medium Brown Eggs

6-7 lbs

Buff Orpington

220 Medium Brown Eggs

6-7 lbs

Black Australorp

250 Large Brown Eggs

5-6 lbs


240 Medium Colored Eggs

4-6 lbs

White Leghorn

325 Large White Eggs

4-5 lbs

Calico Princess

290 Large Brown Eggs

6-7 lbs

Cinnamon Queen

250 Large Brown Eggs

5-6 lbs

Texas Superior Stainless Steel Animal Waterer with Float

Rural365 Galvanized Chicken Feeder

Hudson Feeds Multi-Flock Grower/Finisher Complete Poultry Feed, 50-lb bag

Gambel Quail

9-14 eggs

5.6-7.0 oz

Stainless Steel Wire Mesh

Blue Scale Quail

12-14 eggs

6.2-6.7 oz

Northern Bobwhite Quail

12-14 eggs

6.0-6.1 oz

Button Quail

6-16 eggs

5.0-5.3 oz

Snowflake Bobwhite Quail

12-14 eggs

6.5-7.0 oz

Valley Quail

12-14 eggs

5.6-7.0 oz

VEVOR Chicken Poultry Plucker 2200W

M1500 Mains Fence Energizer


Zareba WP36 Corner Post Ceramic Insulator, Large

Zareba Systems WP1933 Ceramic Lag Screw Insulator

GOUNENGNAIL- 4' Grounding Rod - 3/8" Copper Bonded Ground Rod Wire Clamp

6 x 12' Critical Structural CCA .60 Green Pressure Treated Post

Ovation 56 EX fully automatic digital egg incubator

Chickens Message Board

160 Quart Stainless Steel Stock Pot W/Steamer Basket And Lid

GasOne Square Heavy Duty Single Burner Outdoor Stove Propane Gas Cooker

All American 1930 - 41.5qt Pressure Cooker/Canner (The 941)

Ball Mason 32 oz Wide Mouth Jars with Lids and Bands

1" Union, Stainless Steel 3000# Socket Weld 304L A/SA182 Pipe Fitting

1" 90 Elbow, Stainless Steel 3000# Socket Weld 304L A/SA182 Pipe Fitting

1" Tee, Stainless Steel 3000# Socket Weld 304L A/SA182 Pipe Fitting

1" Seamless Pipe Schedule 160, Stainless Steel 304/304L ASTM A312 ASME SA312

64 Hatching Eggs Incubator Digital Automatic Incubator

E308L-16 - Stainless Steel Welding Electrode

Blue Demon 308L 3/32 X 36" Stainless TIG Welding Rod

110V Circulation Pump, 130W 15 GPM

Spin Down Sediment Water Filter 50 Micron Flushable Prefilter Filtration

1/2 Inch(W) X 520 Inches(L) Teflon Tape

150W 2-Pack Ceramic Heat Emitter Bulb

Porcelain Lampholder

Yardbird Poultry Restraining Cones Stainless Steel


1 in. 200 WOG, Brass Gate Valve, FIPxFIP, Full Port, IPS, ANSI B1.20.1 NPT Threads


1" x 3" Nipple, Stainless Steel Sch 160 Threaded Both Ends (TBE) 304L NPT

TH415 Corrosion Resistant Thermostat

Stainless Steel 2" Female Camlock x 2" Female NPT (USA)

2" Seamless Pipe Schedule 160, Stainless Steel 304/304L ASTM A312 ASME SA312

2" x 3" Nipple, Stainless Steel Sch 160 Threaded Both Ends (TBE) 304L NPT

2" x 1" Insert Reducer, Socket Weld 304L A/SA182 Pipe Fitting

2" 90 Elbow, Stainless Steel 3000# Socket Weld 304L A/SA182 Pipe Fitting

DEKOPRO 110/220V MMA Welder,160A ARC Welder Machine

TOOLIOM 50A Non High Frequency Plasma Cutter

DEKO AC/DC Inverter TIG/MMA Welder

WeldingCity 5-Lb ER4043 TIG Welding Rod Aluminum 4043 3/32",5-Lb

3/4” GHT Male x 1” NPT Female Connector


330 Gallon Re-Bottled IBC Tote

WaterWorker HT-30B Vertical Pressure Well Tank

1-1/4" Male NPT to 1" Female NPT

Composting Chicken Manure

Collect manure and bedding. Chicken owners normally use bedding such as shavings, sawdust, dry leaves, or straw to provide a dry cushion for chickens and to control odor and pests. The coop bedding can be collected with the manure and dumped into a composting bin. Some owners prefer to pick manure and soiled bedding out of the coop on a daily basis; others will add new bedding over droppings and collect on a less frequent basis.

Carbon to Nitrogen balance. A combination of 30 parts Carbon to 1 part Nitrogen creates the ideal environment for microbes to break down organic material to produce compost. When combining coop bedding and chicken manure how do you achieve the ideal C: N ratio? Since the different beddings have their own C: N ratio, the proportion of bedding to manure will vary depending on the type of bedding used. To keep things simple most composters follow the general rule of 1 part brown to 2 parts green. However, because chicken manure is so high in Nitrogen you may be more successful using a 1:1 or even a 2:1 mixture.

Use a “hot compost” recipe. By combining the correct ratio of bedding and manure at one time to form a pile, approximately one cubic yard, then adding moisture (material should be about as wet as a well wrung sponge), will produce a hot pile. It is recommend that the compost pile heat to 130-150 degrees F and maintain that temperature for 3 days. Heating is necessary to destroy pathogens but temperatures above 160 degrees F can kill beneficial microorganisms and slow the process. To help you achieve appropriate temperature you can purchase a compost temperature gauge from a local nursery.

Repeat the heating process. Once the center of your compost pile has reached the required temperature for three days it will start to cool. After it cools, pull the center apart and move the core material to the edges and bring the edge material into the center to heat. For 1 cubic yard of material repeat the process of bringing edges into the core at least 3 times.

Let it cure. Monitor the pile and once you are satisfied that the entire contents of your bin has been heated, loosely cover and let cure for 45-60 days before using. It’s ready when most material is dark, crumbly and sweet-smelling like soil.

Add to garden. You can add the resulting compost to your vegetable garden or flower bed by spreading it on the surface or by gently working it into existing soil.

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Campark TC06 4k 60MP Wifi Dual Lens Trail Camera With Color Night Vision

128GTFU3: use for small card cameras,support 128GB card (Such as DC40)

Solar Power Bank For Campark Trail Camera

CC Vector Extended Long Range WiFi Receiver System - Works with All Devices - Receives Distant WiFi and Repeats to All WiFi Devices in a New Location 2.4GHz