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Chicken Nursery (04:45)

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Lisa Steele awaits the arrival of new chicks. She provides tips for setting up a brooder and using supplies.

New Chicks and Nesting (03:36)

Give the chicks a drink upon arrival and check them for pasty butt. One of Steele's hens is brooding so she introduces her to the new chicks.

DIY and Raising Chickens (04:16)

Steele explains how to build a movable area for chickens to lay. She and her helper also make a fun Easter craft. Steele recommends beginning with chicks when raising chickens. She discusses her coop and nursery.

Scotch Eggs (05:12)

Follow along as Steele prepares the U.K. dish two different ways. Ingredients include eggs, breadcrumbs, sausage, pepper, salt, bacon, maple syrup, oil, jalapenos, cheddar cheese,

Gardening and Chickens (04:50)

Maine has a short growing season, so Steele starts her seeds in the house; she provides tips for planting. Steele introduces her Ice Cream Bar chickens and discusses hatching eggs.

Credits: Episode 3: The Chicks Are Coming! (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1) (01:46)

Credits: Episode 3: The Chicks Are Coming! (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1)

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Episode 3: The Chicks Are Coming! (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1)

Part of the Series : Welcome to My Farm (Season 1)
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The arrival of warmer weather means it's time for baby chicks on the farm. Lisa shares her best tips and attempts to get one of her hens to raise the new babies.

Length: 27 minutes

Item#: BVL283036

ISBN: 979-8-88678-514-2

Copyright date: ©2021

Closed Captioned

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