November/December 2013 - Table of Contents
Take a peek at Chickens magazine, your source for chicken-keeping information.
What’s for Dinner?
Here’s an innovative primer on feeding your flock.
by Sheri McGregor
If you’ve ever thought about making your chickens’ feed from scratch, check out these expert tips.
by Wendy Bedwell-Wilson
Make Way for Winter
Prepare for the season with these cold-weather tips.
by Lisa Steele
Our Fine Feathered Friends
OK, so they don’t allow chickens to fly well, but chickens’ feathers provide other important functions: protection, body-temperature regulation, beauty and more.
by Sharon Biggs Waller
The Best Backyard Coop
Is your chicken coop shipshape?
When the Beak Breaks
Chickens rely upon their beaks as tools to accomplish tasks that hands would serve — if they had them.
by Kathy Shea Mormino
Chicken City, U.S.A.
As urban areas across the country adopt ordinances permitting backyard chicken-keeping, chickens are packing their bags and moving to more urban addresses.
by Lisa Munniksma
Fowl Language: Mothers Know Best
by Kristina Mercedes Urquhart
Coop Builder: Working with Metal
by Frank Hyman
Poultry Profiles: Itty-Bitty Ornamentals
by Sue Weaver
From Our Home to Yours: Bacon & Egg Strata and Cranberry, Cream-Cheese Muffins
by Roger and Nicole Sipe
by You, our readers!
Equipment You Need: Feeders and Waters
by Matt John
The Last Squawk
A Chicken in Every Shot
The Farmers Market
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