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I GOT NEW CHICKENS! Introducing New Chickens to Old Flock

On January 20th, 2018 I got some new chickens to add to my flock. Join me as I show you how I integrated them together the last 2 weeks. Lots of different tips on raising and integrating chickens in this video, be sure to watch the whole thing :)

Getting used to water system - 3:10
Disease prevention and quarantining when integrating- 6:28
The Results of integrating - 10:18

EASIEST AND CLEANEST CHICKEN WATERING SYSTEM
**Here are the poultry nipples I use to make watering really easy! If you have less chickens you can use a 5 gallon bucket to make a watering system using the same nipples!

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RECOMMENDED READING FOR SMALL FARMERS & GARDENERS:
Mel Bartholomew's "Square Foot Gardening" - Great for beginner growers - http://amzn.to/2ErtZOu
Toby Hemenway's "Gaia's Garden" - For everyone, learn ecology, soil building, permaculture, holistic garden design- http://amzn.to/2srS0PT
Masanobu Fukuoka's "The One Straw Revolution" - Inspirational book, Introduction to natural farming/philosophy - http://amzn.to/2Et69BM

-These are for farming/growing techniques and business/sales/marketing/operations strategies:
JM Fortier's "The Market Gardener" - http://amzn.to/2GdYgfY
Curtis Stone's "The Urban Farmer" - http://amzn.to/2Hg7AkM
Ben Hartman's "The Lean Farm" - http://amzn.to/2HhetlZ

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