Bawk Tawk! Welcome to Chickenlandia's 100% Friendly Chicken Show

Chicken Mites and Lice in Winter

December 17, 2020 Dalia Monterroso Season 1 Episode 19
Bawk Tawk! Welcome to Chickenlandia's 100% Friendly Chicken Show
Chicken Mites and Lice in Winter
Show Notes

Thank you for listening to Bawk Tawk, Welcome to Chickenlandia's 100% Friendly Backyard Chickens Show! In this episode, I talk about the prevention and treatment of mites and lice in the winter. Hope you love it!

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Aromatic Herbs for Chickens
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Videos Mentioned:
Chicken Mites and Lice! The Best Treatments
How to Make a Chicken Dust Bath
Super-Cute Covered Dust Bath for Coop
How to Add New Chickens to an Existing Flock
Chicken Coop Hack! Keeping Chickens and Ducks Together
Chicken Hues: Do We Have Mites (headlamp video)

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This episode was produced by Dalia Monterroso and Kelcie Paulis.  Edited by Talking to Crows production company.  Podcast art by Double M Ranch Design

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