People are dressing up their chickens—and other animals—in tutus as part of this recent farm fashion craze. Here’s a look at some photos.
The end of your chicken-keeping days might end for reasons beyond your control. Regardless of why, here’s how to make sure you birds go to good homes.
If you believe you might want to start your own backyard flock next spring, consider these six aspects and decide whether to move in that direction.
We speak to the founder of this Colorado farm that produces (and photographs) a rainbow of colored eggs by using specialized chicken breeds.
Certain chickens are less capable of dealing with cold winter weather than others. Here are four situations that call for extra protection.
Provide your flock with a natural protein block and form of activity via firewood. It can help them thrive during cold-weather months.