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Build Your Own Pond

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There a few Chubby Mealworm fans that like to take a dip once in a while. Other mealworm munchers like to live in  100% humidity. Can you guess who the pets are in these riddles? They want you to build them their very own pond. Throw in the towel or beach ball? OK. Ducks and fish have a request for their family - they want an oasis. Your duck will enjoy a refreshing splash and your pet fish will spend...

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May is Celebrate Chickens Month!

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Chubby Mealworms wants to invite you to their chicken celebration party! It’s May, and it is the month that we show our appreciation for these beautiful birds. People and chickens have been intermingling for thousands of years. May 4 th is International Respect for Chickens Day – but the entire month is dedicated to these exceptional birds. Here are a few ways you can say “thank you” to your chickens: 1. Chubby Mealworms knows that chickens love treats. Pamper your...

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Chubby Mealworm’s Fun Chicken Facts – Some Historical Chickens…and Eggs

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If I hadn't started painting, I would have raised chickens. Grandma Moses Mealworms have been around for a really long time…and they aren’t as scarce as hen’s teeth! Ever wonder where those sayings hatched from? Just when did humans and chickens begin to interact? Probably at the same time they were finding mealworms in the clay grain storehouses (much to those ancient chickens’ delight)! This topic has stumped archaeologists and researchers, but we do have an exciting list of findings...

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Spring is Here! Don’t Forget to Feed the Birds

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Chubby Mealworms is jumping into spring. Warming days and peeping blooms of tulips and daffodils proclaim that winter is over. n’t put away those bird feeders yet. Feeding the birds will need to continue through this season! Spring is migration time for dozens of species of songbirds.Food supplies are scarce after winter and they will not peak until the summer for many fruit and seed eating birds. The bird researchers at Cornell Lab of Ornithology inform us that “during migration...

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The Chubby Mealworm’s Guide for a Comfy Coop

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Are you planning for chickens this spring, or do you already have some fowl and they want a housing upgrade? The biggest mistake people make when considering a coop is – size. There really is no such thing as too big! Anyone who has bought a small coop regrets it within a few months…if not sooner. The minimum size coop you should ever contemplate designing is 6x6. This will comfortably house a few birds and allow you access for daily...

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