Michala Nová

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Repurpose Old Tires into Chicken Baths || Weed 'Em and Reap

Building A Chicken Coop - Repurpose Old Tires into Chicken Baths Weed Em and Reap - Building a chicken coop does not have to be tricky nor does it have to set you back a ton of scratch.

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Great idea for the hens when they are free ranging! …also great idea for having one in the chicken run with their dust bath area underneath

I'd use something other than avtire, but I love the DE dust bath recipe! chicken dust bath. Mix equals amounts of wood ash, builder’s sand soil, food grade diatomaceous earth.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

DIY recycled tire for chicken dust bath. Mix equals amounts of wood ash, builder’s sand soil, food grade diatomaceous earth. Also love the idea of using tires.

Planting a celery bottom will produce a new stock of celery!

Planting a celery bottom will produce a new stock of celery… Amazing! guh I NEED to make a Gardening board! Planting a celery bottom will produce a new stock of…

Many beekeepers favor using essential oils for honeybees. This is part of a trend toward more natural beekeeping methods. Carolina Honeybees Far

Essential oils for honeybees help promote bee health. Beekeepers strive for natural varroa mite treatments.

Mint ... A 2006 study found that a spearmint spray killed 97 percent of varroa mites collected from an infected honeybee colony. Mint flowers are so popular among foraging honeybees that peppermint oil is often used in bee learning experiments. Maybe they know what's good for them, and derive a measure of parasite protection from mingling in the mint.

A 2006 study found that a spearmint spray killed 97 percent of varroa mites collected from an infected honeybee colony. Mint flowers are so popular among foraging honeybees that peppermint oil is often used in bee learning experiments.

Using Essential Oils for Honeybees - -Hometeading and Livestock - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Using Essential Oils for Honeybees. Three primary essential oils are useful in beekeeping: lemongrass, spearmint and thyme. Other oils such as wintergreen, spearmint and tea tree oil are also used in some formulations.

Learn how to split a beehive.

All strong overwintered beehives should be split in the spring. Learn how to successfully split your beehives to prevent swarming and form a new hive.