When compared to winter, summer on a homestead is much preferable. We can soak up the vitamin D we missed during the cold months, rejuvenate the crops and feel more comfortable keeping the animals outdoors.
However, depending on your location, summertime can prove difficult for certain animals. Even we can start to feel lethargic and dehydrated if we spend too much time in the heat. As a result, you may have noticed that your chickens aren't producing the same number of eggs this season. Summer is likely to blame. Instead of becoming frustrated, there are certain steps you can take to make the season more comfortable for your chickens and to get your egg yield back to normal.
Let's take a look at 9 ways to increase the number of eggs you get from your chickens during the warm months!