Natureofhome.com Acquires Hipchickfarms.com, Welcomes Readers

Hopes to Continue the Mutual Goal of Sustainability and Help People Raise Chickens and Healthy Eggs in their Backyards

Natureofhome.com is pleased to share that they have acquired HipChickFarms.com and welcome the readers to this new platform. Both these sites have similar values of sustainability and connecting with nature. This website aims at continuing the missions of Hipchickfarms.com and helping people raise chickens and get fresh produce eggs right from their own backyards. The site will also feature organic, gluten-free recipes, meatballs, sausages, and chicken tenders that Hip Chick Farms used to sell. Jen and Serafina started Hipchickfarms.com to provide fresh, sustainable food and locally sourced ingredients.

The duo introduced Hip Chick Farm’s product line, which includes artisan poultry and frozen chicken. Located in Sebastopol, CA, this brand became a household name. The farm also acquired a Humane Certification from Global Animal Partnership. Although the frozen products and food by the farm is no longer available, Nature of Home will do its best to provide the readers with the information needed to cook up some delicious dishes using healthy eggs and chicken raised in one’s backyard. Both these websites promote sustainability in their niches, and this new platform aims to take it forward.

Nature of Home is an online information hub for how-to’s in DIY & Landscape Projects, design resource guides, articles, unbiased product reviews, and other interesting home improvement information
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Viewers can learn to cook up some new recipes for holiday feasting this Christmas and New Year. Whether a beginner or a pro, these recipes will make those dinners special. From grilled chicken to one-pot meals, some healthy and nutritious recipes are lined up for all the home cooks. Learn how to make the signature KFC chicken in the air fryer or the delicious creamy Cajun chicken pasta, the site is also updated with 50 easy yet tempting chicken recipes packed with flavor. There are egg recipes starting with scrambles for breakfast to frittatas for lunch, and 50 other egg-static recipes for everyday eating.

Coming to those looking for information on how to grow chickens in the backyard, this website helps people with all the information on different kinds of breeds available, how to choose chicken coops, and many articles. Nature of Home is also a resource for all things home & garden. From tips to tutorials, homeowners can build, design, and create a dream home with the help of industry experts. Inspired by the Permaculture movement, this website features articles in categories: methods of design, concepts, and design themes, earthworks and earth resources, humid tropics, climatic factors, water, soil, aquaculture, the strategies of alternative global nations, and much more.

To learn more visit https://natureofhome.com/chicken-eggs-food/

About Nature of Home

Nature of Home is an online information hub for how-to’s in DIY & Landscape Projects, design resource guides, articles, unbiased product reviews, and other interesting home improvement information. Davin Eberhardt, a construction expert with several years experience in all aspects of commercial and residential buildings, started the website.

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