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Adding New breed of Chickens! How we Raise Hundreds of Chickens and Ducks Without Spending Money!

Hey, day once again! Welcome back to Dexter’s World Channel. Dexter here, excited to share another day of farming, learning, and connecting with you all!

A Morning of Inspiration

Just this morning, I was visited by some followers all the way from Cebu. It’s amazing to see how our little community extends beyond borders, reaching people from various parts of the globe. Their visit was not just a casual one; it was a meeting of minds and a sharing of passions for farming. It’s moments like these that truly inspire me and fuel my desire to keep doing what I do.

The Joy of Farming

Farming is more than just a hobby or a way to make a living; it’s a way of life. It connects us to the land, to the animals, and to each other. Today, I want to take you through some updates on our farm and share with you how you can find joy and success in this beautiful practice.

Zero-Cost Chicken Farming

Our native chickens are thriving, and the best part? We haven’t spent a dime on their upkeep. By sourcing alternative and organic food like azola, snails, shells of Coho, water spinach, and kitchen leftovers from friends’ restaurants, we’ve created a sustainable, zero-cost system. This is what I encourage all aspiring farmers to do – be resourceful and you will find ways to be profitable.

Raising Healthy Chickens

In front of me are the chicks of the Black Australorp breed, a true egg machine. With the right food and environment, they can lay eggs every day and also serve as a great source of meat. But before adding new chicks to your farm, remember the importance of quarantine, providing the necessary vitamins, and ensuring they don’t step on their own dung – this is crucial for their health and survival.

Embracing the Free-Range Method

After five days of quarantine, we prepare to transfer the chicks to the chicken coop, still keeping them confined for another two to three days before releasing them to roam freely. This gradual process ensures they are strong enough to resist the hostile environment outside. Our goal for 2023 is to have 200 to 300 chickens, with aspirations to increase this number to 500 or even 1000.

Understanding Chicken Behavior

Taking care of chickens is manageable because their behavior is predictable, regardless of the breed. They love to perch and nest, and if provided with the right environment, they will thrive. Regular check-ins, especially at night, are necessary to ensure everything is in order.

The Joy of Raising Geese

Our goslings are a week old, healthy, and under the superb care of their parents. Geese make excellent security guards for the farm, alerting us of any intruders. Their protective nature ensures the safety of their young, and we plan on adding more to our family to increase our farm’s security.

A Big Thank You to Our Growing Community

I want to take a moment to thank each and every one of you for being a part of Dexter’s World. Your support, your comments, and your shared passion for farming and animals make this all worthwhile. We’ve reached 1.5 million subscribers – what a big family of happy individuals and animal lovers we’ve become! Here’s to reaching 2 million soon, and until the next video, happy farming, everyone!

Remember, whether you’re in the Philippines or any other part of the world, we’re all connected through our love for farming and animals. Keep spreading the joy and knowledge, and let’s continue to learn and grow together.

Until next time, this is Dexter from Dexter’s World, signing off!

Watch the full video here: Adding New breed of Chickens! How we Raise Hundreds of Chickens and Ducks Without Spending Money! – YouTube

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