We speak to the founder of this Colorado farm that produces (and photographs) a rainbow of colored eggs by using specialized chicken breeds.
Generally speaking, chickens are better at handling cold than heat. Chickens in cold weather, however, require certain safety and nutritional considerations.
Provide your flock with a natural protein block and form of activity via firewood. It can help them thrive during cold-weather months.
Are you considering whether to add a rooster to your flock of hens? Weighing these factors will help you make the decision that’s right for you.
This poultry paradise is becoming a social media hit thanks to a one-eyed turkey named Stew and a flock guardian called RJ. We speak with a farm founder.
Chickens devour most any plant life, which is usually not good for growing. But setting them loose in your fall garden can help you winterize it.
We hope your chickens never get attacked, but if they do, learn to examine them and ID the predator so you can take precautions in the future.
This round of contenders, led by marching ducklings, includes a horse nuzzling a cat, a cow shielding a calf, two goats and a chicken.