Chickens’ routines change in cold weather, and that affects nutrition. It’s important for us to understand the changes and feed the flock accordingly.
Whether you’re out of town or sick in bed (as I recently was), it benefits your birds to make sure your chicken sitter knows exactly what’s needed and when.
Holistic home remedies can prevent problems as well as help minor injuries and treat symptoms, providing a comforting supplement to veterinary care.
In the first of three parts, we consider typical numbers of offspring per pregnancy as well as treatment and prevention of a common disorder.
To keep your chickens’ eggs from freezing during cold-weather months, use these tips that pair your own habits with coop modifications.
It’s the time of year when we think about getting chicks to expand our flocks, so consider these breeds that need our love and attention to survive.
Sometimes it’s so cold that chickens need to stay inside the coop, but that might not be enough to prevent frostbite. Here’s how to spot it and what to do.