Do you find eggs that are unusually large? Eggs with two yolks? Eggs with odd shells, thin shells or no shells? Our guide to irregular eggs will explain.
Chickens were the first livestock for this farmer and author who runs a six-acre farm in Jackson, New York, that also includes vegetables, bees and horses.
Your hens might be done laying for the season, but don’t pack your collection basket away just yet. Here are some alternative ways it can help you.
With this chicken run, you can allow your birds to free-range for part of the day while being safe from predators. It’s collapsible and easy to make.
Chickens losing feathers as winter approaches is part of a natural cycle. Here’s how it works, why it happens, and how you can help your molting flock.
A favorite of poultry fanciers and known since ancient times, the distinctive silkie chicken breed has many odd and fascinating traits.
Whether you view your hens as pets or egg-producing livestock, you’ll need to implement cleaning strategies you administer on varying intervals.
Rooster spurs are self-defense tools for birds, but they can become dangerous to hens or to roosters themselves. Here’s how to reduce their size.