Chickens can encounter three types of cats: pets, barn cats, and strays or ferals. Learn how they’re different and how you can protect your flock.
The unexplained death of a chicken can be quite shocking. Take these steps to help determine what caused your bird’s untimely demise and protect your other birds.
Do you have your heart set on a particular breed of chicks for your flock? Consult one of these sources to help you find what you want.
This round of contenders, led by a goat, is nearly all mugshots. It also contains a camelid, a chicken, a pig and a horse—and an adorable pair of donkeys.
The free-range method is easy to put into action. It provides the tastiest, most nutritious eggs and meat while letting chickens fulfill their destiny as hunters and peckers.
With the holidays just days away, here are my top five choices for chicken-keeper gifts … for those who still need to spread some Christmas cheer.
Regardless of where you get your chicks, you need to provide them a warm, safe place to grow until they can join the flock. You can purchase a brooder or build one yourself.
Some poultry-keepers live alongside individual birds. If you want a house chicken or duck, follow these steps to move the bird from barnyard to household.
Major differences in nutritional requirements exist for different types of poultry at different ages. Here’s how to deliver the proper mix.