When your flock produces more than you can eat or give away, it might be time to look into egg sales. Just make sure you’re following local laws.
When your hens reach point of lay, you may encounter some unexpected eggs or behaviors. But don’t worry—here’s what can happen and what you should do.
When you get your first baby chicks, you probably have a lot of questions. You’re not alone. Here are three common questions asked by chicken-keepers.
Receiving chicks shipped from a hatchery or breeder can be a joyful experience, but when something goes wrong, there are things you must do.
Once you get your chicks home (before before they go in the coop), they need to grow up in a brooder. Here are some tips for brooding your birds.
Don’t put off deciding on (and installing) your choice of chicken coop, which should follow some basic rules to keep you and your hens happy and healthy.
Your local farm farm supply store has everything you need to start a flock of chickens, and you’ll be surprised the connections you’ll make there.