Predators that climb, dig, fly and reach through fencing require different means of prevention. Here’s how to guard your chickens against which ones.
In this second of four parts, we learn about a bison-size, prehistoric “terrible pig” and how observing feral pigs can inform care of domesticated ones.
Looking to increase your flock? When buying chickens, familiarize yourself with these factors before deciding on any autumn poultry offering.
Many stray animals made their way into my backyard—and my care—in northern Florida. A one-eyed rooster I named Cogburn was the first of my chickens.
In this first of four parts, we learn that bison use their heads in blizzards, yak can survive sub-zero winds, and water buffalo need warmer weather.
Extras such as grains, scraps and greens should be kept to certain levels, while grit and calcium are supplements that should be available at all times.