Premiere Issue - Table of Contents
Hatching a Brooding Plan
Be prepared with these brooding basics before you bring home those precious peeps.
By Cherie Langlois
The Amazing Journey
Before an egg hatches into a fluffy chick, an unseen world unfolds inside the hen, then in the nest.
By Deb Buehler
What’s Old is New Again
Today’s hobby farmers find new value in centuries’-old guides to poultry keeping.
By Cynthia Amidon
Overcoming Common Problems
Predators, inclement weather, “fowl” odors, mice and flighty chickens are easy to solve.
By September Morn
Health Watch: Lice, Mites, Ticks and Fleas
Prevent these four infamous hitchhiking parasites from wreaking havoc on your flock.
By Audrey Pavia
Cracking the Surface
Your backyard eggs can be used for tasty eats, as well as in creative arts and crafts.
By Liz Palika
To maintain and raise successful chickens, you must be prepared, dedicated and live by a sort of chicken-keeper code.
By Kyra Kirkwood
By Wendy Bedwell-Wilson
By Sue Weaver
A Passion for Poultry
By P. Allen Smith
The Farmer’s Market
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