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DIY Chevron Lattice Trellis With Tutorial.

DIY Chevron Lattice Trellis With Tutorial.

Dog Coat Pattern, sewing... U never know. Mite decide to make this for my woofit.. But he has so much fur. Does he really need it?

Dog Coat Pattern, sewing... U never know. Mite decide to make this for my woofit.. But he has so much fur. Does he really need it?

| Black Friday Sale: Extra 15% OFF Using Code SAMMY2016 | Baby Kangaroo Zip Up Hoodie in Gray | Sammydress.com

| Black Friday Sale: Extra 15% OFF Using Code SAMMY2016 | Baby Kangaroo Zip Up Hoodie in Gray | Sammydress.com

$ 9.48   Women Ladies Summer Outdoor Gardening Anti-UV Foldable Beach Sunscreen Sun Hat Flower Print Cap

$ 9.48 Women Ladies Summer Outdoor Gardening Anti-UV Foldable Beach Sunscreen Sun Hat Flower Print Cap

US$9.99 + Free shipping.Large capacity multi-pocket, can placed so many items in it.Inside is made from thermal insulation material.Suitable to carry it outside for picnic or any other occasion.

US$9.99 + Free shipping.Large capacity multi-pocket, can placed so many items in it.Inside is made from thermal insulation material.Suitable to carry it outside for picnic or any other occasion.

Want to feed your backyard chickens organic homemade feed? Here's our "tried-and-true" recipe thousands of chicken owners depend on!

Want to feed your backyard chickens organic homemade feed? Here's our "tried-and-true" recipe thousands of chicken owners depend on!

The ultimate chart of herbs for chicken health. Herbs are key to raising chickens naturally.

The ultimate chart of herbs for chicken health. Herbs are key to raising chickens naturally.

TO KEEP RODENTS OUT OF THE CHICKEN COOP: Plant Some Mint, a natural rodent repellent.  Spearmint, peppermint,  wintergreen, even lemon balm which is also in the mint family, will all help deter mice.  Try planting some mint around the coop and run in the spring.  Sprinkle fresh or dried mint in the coop and nesting boxes year round.

TO KEEP RODENTS OUT OF THE CHICKEN COOP: Plant Some Mint, a natural rodent repellent. Spearmint, peppermint, wintergreen, even lemon balm which is also in the mint family, will all help deter mice. Try planting some mint around the coop and run in the spring. Sprinkle fresh or dried mint in the coop and nesting boxes year round.