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Chicken psychology and dealing with behavioral problems in a backyard flock

Chicken psychology and dealing with behavioral problems in a backyard flock

How do chickens see the world and their place in it? How does it play a role in behavioral issues such as feather pecking, cannibalism, and egg eating? How should you go about introducing new flock mates to a coop? How can you get hens to lay eggs in a nest and not all over the place? These issues will be discussed by Dr. Richard Blatchford from the University of California, Davis.

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