Hobbyfarming 2020

Standard farming practices are now finding their way into many private households – the keeping and breeding of small animals. These small animals, such as hares, rabbits, guinea pigs, ducks or poultry, are currently undergoing a real boom as pets. Small animals such as geese, chickens and ducks are no longer being kept solely on farms, but also in many private house- holds. Ducks are being kept to deal with the plagues of snails, which is the reason runner ducks have been introduced to many gardens. Chickens are finding new homes in urban environments to provide a local supply of organic eggs. Kerbl – your partner for hobby farming! Yet people are not just keeping common laying hens, but also ornamental breeds such as Silkies, guinea fowl and dwarf Wyandottes, which provide eggs in addition to being a hobby. All variations have one thing in common – they all need special products for care and breeding. We’re talking about coops, troughs, automated feeding and watering machines, hygiene supplies and much more. You’ll find all these supplies in a well-stocked specialist near you. Ask them for the current hobby farming folders, too! Poultry Breeding 1 - 32 Poultry Waterer, Feeding Troughs and Machines, Egg Incubator, Poultry Nettings, Pigeon breeding, Poultry Houses Rabbit Farming 33 - 46 Rabbit Hutches, Containment Pen, Feeder and Racks, Troughs and Drinkers Sheep Farming 47 - 72 Claw Care, Fur Care, Water Bowls, Troughs and Racks, Sheep Netting, Litzclip ®