Hens’ insides sometimes make mistakes, resulting in double- or even triple-yolk eggs. Here’s how it happens and some associated egg myths and legends.
A veteran chicken-keeper answers questions about a chance discovery of excess eggs, “singing” hens and how much feed is too much.
No longer just a commercial egg producer, the Leghorn is experiencing a comeback as America’s favorite backyard heritage bird. Here’s all you need to know.
In part five of this series, we continue alphabetically through chicken ailments, covering omphalitis, pasted vent, pox, rations, reproductive health, respiratory health and sour crop.
Cattle can indeed get sunburn, and some forms of it signal a more serious problem. In this Q-and-A, we learn what to look for and how to respond.
Play helps domesticated animals learn about themselves and their environment while strengthening companionships. Play is a sign of a healthy animal.
Residents in this historic district of Tampa cherish and look after their wild chicken population as part of the area’s old world charm.
Ducks and geese have slightly different requirements than chickens. Here’s how to prepare for these waterfowl and when they can integrate with chickens.