A chicken harness is among the items we found on the web. Others include kitchenware, a chicken-themed journal, a treat holder and an urban-chicken starter kit.
Backyard flocks might not fly with the seasons, yet their wild instincts play an important role in social bonds and creating a collaborative community.
Ready to take that holiday portrait of your favorite hen or rooster? Follow these basic steps to help you capture your feathered models at their best.
In part three of this series, we continue alphabetically through chicken ailments, covering feathers, fleas, flies, frostbite, housing and injury.
This round of contenders is led by a cow and a flock of sheep who seem to ask, “What are you looking at?” After that come chickens, a goat and a horse.
I commonly answer questions about keeping chickens, ducks and other poultry, but these two left me stumped. So I asked an expert.
Just like our house pets, sometimes a livestock animal needs an X-ray. Here’s what differentiates X-rays on the farm from others.