This round of contenders, led by marching ducklings, includes a horse nuzzling a cat, a cow shielding a calf, two goats and a chicken.
This Iowa-based hobby farm hosts more than 50 chickens—and its Instagram page features adorable Silkie chickens and chicks … some wearing tutus.
Broodiness, parasites and roosters, along with molting, can cause feather loss in hens. Learn how to identify the cause and take appropriate action.
Many aspects of chicken-keeping become more difficult as we age. Follow these steps to ensure that care for your flock remains robust.
Add other nutritious ingredients to the pulp and seeds then serve it in the pumpkin or squash itself. Here’s how to prepare it.
If you have more than one rooster in your flock, sometimes the leadership changes and it gets ugly. Here’s how to ease the transition.
Five women farmers over 50 share insight about their experiences in life and agriculture. In this second segment, the topic is death.