March/April - Table of Contents
Take a peek at Chickens magazine, your source for chicken-keeping information.
Fowl Language: Who You Calling Broody?
Break your hen's broody spell with these tips.
by Kristina Mercedes Urquhart
Coop Corner: You Mite Have a Problem
Mites harm chickens and are a pain in the fluff, but organic solutions do exist.
by Jill Richardson
Poultry Profiles: Weird and Wonderful
Eggs? Meat? How about choosing a breed mainly for its interesting appearance?
by Sue Weaver
Raising Your Own
Hatching your own flocks' eggs can be a fun and exciting endeavor, but it shouldn't be taken lightly.
by Kimberley Willis
Equipment You Need: Incubators and Brooders
Make sure you are up-to-date on the latest poultry-keeping equipment.
by Matt John
In Addition to Chickens: The Farmer and the Quail
Move over chickens; keeping quail might just be the next big thing.
by Samantha Johnson
Build a Better Henhouse
Your chickens will feel right at home in this unique, DIY coop.
by Kevin McElroy and Matthew Wolpe
The Fungi and the Fowl
Growing mushrooms in your chicken run can combat mud, manure, bacteria and smell.
by Frank Hyman
Recipe Roundup: Swiss Meets Bacon
by September B. Morn
The Chicken Keepers: Brambles & Buckeyes
by Roger Sipe
by You, our readers!
The Last Squawk
Chicken Scratch Letters
News & Notes
The Farmers Market
Cover photo: by Cornelia Anghel/Shutterstock
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