Finding a dead bird without any clues pointing to a predator can be alarming. Here are some common causes of chicken death in backyard flocks.
When you have a question about backyard chicken-keeping, a poultry association can offer sage advice and opportunities for improvement.
Too often, livestock animals are considered the enemies of a good garden, but different animals bring different benefits to a growing space.
Though it may sound crazy, most keepers will confirm that their chickens feel emotions. Here are four feelings your birds may experience.
Once prized for its flavorful meat, the Gloucestershire Old Spot pig was almost developed out of existence. But the hog’s back—here’s why.
Jenna Lee Panehal-Pelayo from the South Carolina mini-farm explains how goat yoga sessions with Nigerian Dwarf goats bring smiles to the faces of guests.
If a chicken can get something in its mouth, there’s a chance it’ll swallow it down—and that can lead to health problems and even toxicity.
The color genetics of chicken feathers can seem mystifying, especially when a blue-black-splash bird hatches. Here’s a breakdown of how it happens.