Dear all, We understand that it is still a challenging time for everyone and we hope that you are all keeping safe and well. We would like to reassure you that the safety of our staff and customers is paramount. We are also shielding family members which further restricts contacts. As our suppliers re-open we […]
In the colder months your hens can spend more time in their run and less time free ranging in your garden, field, or orchard. This can lead to boredom and bad behaviour as chickens need something to occupy their time... In many ways chickens can be like small children – they like shiny objects, they’re […]
Duck keeping has really taken off and ducks are becoming increasingly popular pets. They make a great addition or alternative to having chickens. But how much do you really know about your webbed footed friends? Here are some great facts about ducks to get you up to speed: Ducks can be found both on fresh water […]
Simple steps to helping hens ❤ www.facebook.com/155808974490027/posts/4333190723418477/?sfnsn=scwspmo&extid=8kZ3EulMrRXsbZqjWe love all the love for our hens but... rehoming hens is not a simple, transactional task, and it's extremely important to us that their welfare is front and center in the process. Therefore our rehoming process takes time as we need to welfare check and make sure all potential rehomers have the hen's best interests at heart and so it makes the process a little complex. So... here's what you need to do in one handy 1, 2, 3 step-by-step guide.
And to avoid disappointment for any upcoming rehomings, please call early in the week so we have time to get you on the list and all the paperwork checked and cross checked! Thank you!
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