Clever Chicks Blog Hop #190


Welcome to my weekly Clever Chicks Blog Hop! You’re invited to enter the giveaway, hop from one fantastic blog article to another and share links from your blog (if you have one)!


A blog hop, also known as a linky party or linkup, is a gathering of blog authors who share links to their articles on the host’s blog. The articles appear as a collection of thumbnail images & clicking on them brings you to the author’s blog. Blog Hops are a great way to network with other bloggers, gain exposure to new readers and discover blogs and ideas you may not have stumbled upon otherwise. No invitation is necessary to attend! Link up and have fun mingling!

Some of my favorite posts from the previous week’s party will be FEATURED.  To be considered as a featured blog, please link back to The Chicken Chick®  

this week’s FEATURED BLOGS!

How to Link Up to the Party

  • Share the link to your clever ideas, DIY projects, recipes, tutorials, decorating tips, stories, etc.
  • Please use the direct link to your post, not your blog’s home page- we want to be able to find your clever post!

Party Etiquette

No sponsored product posts, giveaways, linky parties, gift guides or repeat posts shared in the past 12 weeks please.  Please grab one of my buttons below and link back to this party somewhere on your blog.

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this week’s CONTRIBUTORS

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  1. Interesting, wonder if the chopped hay has any more benefits that just straight Sweet PDZ, which had been the best investment! I just had gotten an adult muscovy and some ducklings and was thinking of using it in her duck hut under her perch. The ducklings are inside and I’m using puppy pee pads, lol.

  2. Good Morning Kathy, This just showed up in my feed, and I found it quite interesting as I had never read or heard about spraying your coop with LAB bacteria before to keep the odor down. The article has a lot of information in it about how to care for chickens in another country, but the bacteria recipe is at the end. Here it is so you can see it.

  3. I’m so glad I found your facebook page! I started raising chickens a year ago & I love it! Still learning though. I read everything I can on chickens.

  4. Thank you, we are all loving it!!! We had the pleasure of fostering three fawns last summer, life just isn’t the same without fur and feathered babies! 🙂