In a perfect world, your neighbors would fall in love with your backyard chickens. But when disapproving residents raise a ruckus, you need to do these things.
You want backyard chickens, but are your neighbors on board with the idea? Here are some ways to help them get (and stay) positive about domestic poultry.
Free-ranging chickens experience life to its fullest—including these four dangers. Here’s what to watch out for and how you can protect your flock of prey animals.
Packaging matters when you’re selling an item, and the same holds true for which egg cartons you choose. Help your dozens stand out with these tips!
You want to sell your eggs, but do customers want to buy them? From shape to size to color and shell quality, here are four considerations to keep in mind.
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.