Just like our house pets, sometimes a livestock animal needs an X-ray. Here’s what differentiates X-rays on the farm from others.
A chicken’s beak is vital to food access, establishing social status, mating and preening. If it gets overgrown, here’s how to trim it so that it’s useable.
Sitcom headaches and hilarity ensue when a lovely lady tries to bring up several very lovely eggs—and sets off a chain reaction of broody behavior among hens.
What and how to feed chickens varies with a bird’s age, the season and type of chicken. Here are basic items to consider for your flock’s feeding system.
Our Black Orpington’s lame foot was caused by more than just stepping on something sharp. Here’s how we dealt with bumblefoot, the crippling poultry condition.