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5 Ways To Collect Rabbit Poop

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Bunnies are adorable – we can probably all agree on that.  But when it comes to raising these furry creatures, there’s nothing worse than having rabbit poop fly all over the place.

I’ve been raising rabbits for a few years now and have tried different methods to collect rabbit poop. I’m going to share those with you in just a bit.

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Facts About Rabbit Poop

First, let’s talk a little bit about the rabbit manure itself. One of the good things about rabbit manure is that they are pellets which are small in size, and perfectly round.  They’re dry and have little to no odor. Meaning that collecting rabbit poop isn’t as bad as dealing with manure from other animals.

Rabbit waste is a great fertilizer and can be used all over the garden. Many rabbit farmers actually sift the fur and hay out of their rabbit’s waste and sell it to gardeners.

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How To Clean A Dirt Floor Chicken Coop

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I currently own 9 chickens – which makes keeping the odor under control an important task. I keep my birds on a dirt floor which requires regular maintenance.  A clean coop will not only keep odors down, but it will help ensure your chickens stay healthy.

Before I begin to tell you step by step how I clean my chicken coop, let’s talk for a second about square footage.  When it comes to how much room you give them, the bigger the better. If your animals are going to live their entire lives in a cage, the least we could do is make their home as big as possible for them. Having a large space will also allow you to have more time between your cleaning routines.

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Making a Passive Income With Affiliate Marketing

Business Man Making a Passive Income With Affiliate Links

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When I want to learn how to do something or gain more knowledge on a certain subject, I go straight to the internet.  When googling, “How to make a passive income,” you’ll be flooded with so many articles from writers telling you one method after another.

I have read so many articles about people that make a passive income using affiliate links.  I’ve used them here on this site before but can’t say I’ve made much money to brag about. But I know if I work more strategically at it, it can happen. That is my goal for this year.  If you want to take the journey with me, here is what I’ve learned so far.

What is affiliate marketing?

Affiliate marketing works by using links that your readers click on. The company that the link belongs to may pay you because that viewer clicked on the link and purchased one of their products.

Let’s use Amazon for example. Once you’re set up as an affiliate with Amazon you can link to certain products or pages.  So if I’m writing an article about dog food, and Stella and Chewy’s is my favorite, I can link the Stella and Chewy’s Amazon page in my article.  If a reader clicks on the link and orders Stella and Chewy’s on Amazon or any other product, then I will receive a certain percentage of the total of their order.

Also, affiliate links don’t have to just be within a text.  There can be a link within an image that you display on the sidebar or header of your website.

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Our Website Revamped

First and foremost I’d like to apologize to my readers.  Though there aren’t a lot of you out there I still feel like that needs to be said.  For several months now I’ve neglected this blog. But I’ve recently come to the decision that it’s time to start back with it.  I started it in 2017 in an effort to take some time out of my hectic life to stop and do some things that I love: write and talk about dogs. That love is still there and better than ever.

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