How much land do chickens need?
pretty much a lot they need lots of space to eat bugs and grass. they need at least some land to stay healthy.
you need a lot of space so make sure the chickens cant fly out i used have chickens but they flew away its been two years and ihaven'teaten a chicken poorGeorgewhere are you
chickens does not need to fly because they live on land how much they can fly a little bit,so their use evolved them to a two wing animal
How many chickens you can put on a certain piece of land depends on your local law and the sort of chickens you want to raise. Free range chickens need more space than locked up battery chickens. You'd need to provide more details for a solid answer.
good food, plenty of water, and a healthy land
Chickens do not need much land. A small area to peck around in is fine. In the coop you will need about 24 inches per bird for roosting. A small coop of 12FT by 12FT will house a dozen hens quite happily. As for range ground, a regular size backyard is plenty of space.
You can own chickens in Warwick RI. However, there are laws which mandate how much land that you must have and where they can be located. In some areas of RI, such as Providence, and Woonsocket, you can not have chickens. In other areas such as Cranston, and Warren, chickens can be kept.
This depends on how many chickens you would like to raise. You can raise chickens in the city if you want. A general rule for chickens is that you should have 4 square feet per chicken inside the coop, and 10 square feet per chicken outside the coop (or in the run) If you where keeping 4 chickens you could house them in a 4 foot by 4 foot coop with a nice attached run.
Chickens need at least 14 hours of light to lay, but they can have more, to produce their maximum egg production.
No idea. Ezekiel
100 square feet
Two chickens, a rooster, 160 acres of pure farm land and popes daughter.
depends on the weight of the chicken. but usually about 1/3 a lb a day, for egg layers.
every state is different so you might want to call your local courthouse.
For being a farmer there is no need to have your own land
we need 5 chickens for 30 people.
chickens is easy to feed . they like to live in the plain land. no what a dumb asnwer
To get more fertilized crops you will need more neighbours as they are the ones whom come onto your farm and fertilise them and feed you chickens.
we need that much land in which our body can be buried
Yes, people can raise prairie chickens on their own land. You can purchase prairie chickens from a poultry supplier or exotic pet supplier.
i would say about 100 chickens to feed that many people.
Depending on the size of the chicken, chickens need from 2-10 sq. ft. of outside space to roam (2 ft for bantam chickens, 10 ft for large heavy breed chickens). The more space you can give them, the happier they will be, and the happier they will be will make you happier with more eggs.
Chickens need roosting boxes, food, water, a lamp, and lots of room
Chickens need the same things other creatures need.......food, water, and shelter from predators & the weather.
chickens live on farms
59% of land is needes
Chickens may live in hutchs, they dont need to run as long as the hutch is big enough for the amount of chickens you own.
You don't need much land at all to support one bee hive. An average-sized backyard will easily support two hives. The bees will wander for acres and acres, no matter how much land you have.
they need 1,700 to 10,000 acres of land
we the people
They can pretty much land Any where
Yes, chickens need vet care when they get sick, just like any other animal.
Ducks are water fowl and chickens are not. Some birds dive into the water to find their food and others can swim and search for food. Chickens prefer dry land.
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Hens are chickens. Hens are female chickens and lay eggs. Roosters are male chickens and do not lay eggs. So your answer is YES, you need a hen to lay eggs.
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I wish I knew. I need this info too.
No, you do not need a license.
well i am a chicken enthusiast and trust me i know about chickens. you will need to check the stigma glands which are located near the reproductive organs of the chickens. they will need to be a light purply colour and i ensure you if these are as i described then you are in for some great egg laying chickens.
Chicken do well in all types of land. You do not need clear acreage to allow the chickens to free range. Grassland, forest, hillsides, or anywhere they can forage for plants and insects will suit a chicken. Gallus Gallus came from the jungles of Asia but are adaptable to any land form.
That depends on how fast you cook the chickens.
Chickens do not need to eat, but give two chickens wheat and they will have a chick. Same with cows, sheep, pigs, and mooshroms.
about an acre
chickens dont need to have a light that keeps them warm because they like the rain unless its a silkie
Yes, the ordinances in Toledo, Ohio do allow people to raise chickens. The chickens will need a pen and can not run loose.
Um, no offense but, why do you need food?
With 12 chickens I spend 15$ to 20$ a month.
lets say they shouldn't be kept in a cage if they have a fenced off pen then that ok there are many websites you can look on for detailes