Marion Petersen from the Southern California-based hobby farm gives us the scoop on how to care for these adorable chickens.
Cleanliness in the chicken coop is less work when you use the deep-litter method. Plus, it’s proven to keep your chickens healthier.
There’s a lot of poultry feed out there these days, and feeding your chicken flock can feel confusing at times. Here are a few pointers for getting it right.
Chickens are typically hardy birds and can deal with many weather extremes, but you can help them
stay comfortable with a little bit of knowledge.
When natural lighting decreases in winter, it’s natural to get fewer eggs from your chickens. But adding artificial lighting can keep production going strong.
One of the many surprises that come with keeping chickens is the appearance of odd eggs in the nest box from time to time.
Chicken-keepers know that coop doors are critical to flock safety. These six tips keep things tight while improving chores for you, too.