This round of contenders, led by a very funny farm, includes a camelid closeup, cold sheep, active pigs and a dog cozying up to a goat.
Show your love of poultry — and show your poultry some love — with rooster, hen and chic(k) décor as well as products to benefit your flock.
Chickens editors asked for photos, and readers sent them in. Here are the winners and honorable mentions in our annual contest.
Breeding goats has advantages in several market areas. We outline those and also provide one that should not be your prime motivation.
My family got chickens mostly for the eggs, but we’ve expanded our flock to include hens named after Disney princesses, too. Yep, I’m the crazy chicken lady.