About Us

Here at The Natural Poultry Farmer, we LOVE our feathered friends.  And these pages are designed to help you start your adventure in raising free range poultry.  We will attempt to include all the articles to guide you effortlessly from stage to stage until you have become a confident and practiced free range poultry owner.  We also hope to be able to answer any questions you may have.

We only endorse natural products and methodologies and want all farmed chickens to kept in an open free ranging environment and to move away from the cruel intensive battery farming methods of old.  All our chickens live in a free ranging environment, with lots of room to move and grow.

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15 thoughts on “About Us

  1. dkurbanfarm

    Hi there, thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I’m so glad you did… it led me to look at your blog. It’s such a great resource for chicken keepers! I am trying to keep my hens all natural – not feeding them chemicals or medicines. It’s definitely more of a challenge, so I’m looking forward to reading all of your articles!

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    1. naturalpfg Post author

      Hi,
      you have a great blog and look to live in a beautiful place.
      Thanks for the kind comments about my blog.
      Perhaps we can contribute to each others at some point in the future?

      best wishes

      Rex

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  2. Norma

    Thank you so much for stopping by simplelifeblessings.com! It is always nice when someone stops by my blog but I am mainly thankful that you did so I found you! I love all poultry, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and this year we are going to try some guineas. The thing that makes them so fun is watching them run and play, scratch and hunt the way God intended them to do. We have a turkey setting on eggs right now in a “natural” setting that we tried to make for them, piling up a bunch of logs and then putting cedar branches on top. Our Blue Slate Hen must have thought so also because that is where she settled down. I am going to follow you and am looking so forward to learning from you!

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    1. naturalpfg Post author

      Hi Norma,
      huge thanks for you lovely message. I look forward to reading more about your poultry adventures and hope that if there’s anything I can help you with, you’ll feel free to ask.

      best wishes

      Rex

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  3. Marisa

    Thank you so much for visiting my blog. It seems like you have just the information I have been looking for to help me with my chickens! I look forward to reading and learning from you. Best, Marisa

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  4. Teri

    I am so glad that you were able to stop by my blog and “liking” my post about our new chicken brooder. This is our first attempt at raising our own chickens. We want to raise them as naturally as possible, as God himself intended. It is fun to watch how quickly they are growing – such as there wing size in just a few short weeks. They are already scratching and foraging for their food. I’ve read that some chickens just don’t know how to do that anymore. Your blog looks to be very informative, so I will be following.
    Thank you again.

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  5. stancatobailey

    You have a great blog, very resourceful and informative. I really liked the “Humor” category, especially the duck story. I think I saw those ducks heading to S. Beach one time. 🙂

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  6. dedavisart

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Chickens are new to me, so I am bookmarking your site for future reference!

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  7. fozziemum

    Thankyou so much for visiting my blog and liking my story even though it was an unlikeable situation,i look forward to following your blog as i will not be getting any girls until we can keep them safe,we did this successfully at our previous home but we face new challenges where we have bought now..snakes..I always get rescue hens and abhor the cruelty that these poor babies suffer in battery farms and so called free range which a lot aren’t.Thanks again and when my eyes stop going blurry from typing i will be getting read here 🙂

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  8. Amy @ vitasemplice.net

    Thanks so much for stopping by vitasemplice.net! It’s always nice to hear from other poultry lovers – chickens, ducks, and geese can be quite addicting! Your blog will be a great resource for us as we expand our flock. We buy non-GMO feed for our group but I would love to grow our own one of these days. There is still so much to learn!

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  9. imam musa

    Good Morning Sir/Ma, Am musa by name am a master degree holder,, i got a pieces of land and i decided to use it for poultry, but i got know ideas in poultry so when going through you site i found out that you over training for people that are interested in poultry so i will like to know how process goes. if anybody know any country that do training for someone like me that just want to go into poultry?
    Thanks imam

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  10. Polianthus

    Dear Rex,
    thanks so much for visiting my blog, unfortunately I don’t have chickens, living in an apartment that would hardly be fair 🙂 but am a wholehearted advocate of free-range birds, and free-range cattle raising and cooking with free-range eggs, for one thing it lets the animals live their lives in a setting that is as appropriate as possible considering they are being farmed, for another the meat and the eggs are incomparable, there really is nothing better than a free-range egg. Great that you have a whole website dedicated to teaching people about how to farm this way, and fitting that you are Ireland based, a beautiful country, with great landscapes, a people with centurys old connection to the land and an intrinsic understanding of sourcing ingredients locally.

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