Do your chickens have what it takes to make it in show business? Here’s what you can do to get your poultry positioned for their big break.
It’s not uncommon for a chicken to become sick, and illness isn’t a major catastropheâ€”though keepers do need to take a few precautions when a case arises.
Poultry-keepers can’t hide inside when the temperature drops, so here are five essentials to have on hand when caring for a chicken flock during winter.
A flock of hens will naturally establish a pecking order, but in some instances it’s possible for a hen to develop the traits and behaviors of a rooster.
I wasn’t looking for chickens on a recent trip to Las Vegasâ€”I swear! But a chance encounter with a confection opened my eyes to poultry all over Sin City.
For me, no holiday season is complete without a traditional Christmas brunch. Here are three recipes for egg dishes my family requests every year.
Give your chickens some holiday flair with these four projects for poultry-safe wreaths, which can be hung in or around the coop to add festive fun.
After you’ve enjoyed the Thanksgiving feast, you may think to toss your chickens the leftovers. But not all foods are poultry safe, so mind these rules to keep your flock healthy.
When winter weather sets in, it’s easy for chickens to experience boredomâ€”and that can get dangerous. So try these four enrichment ideas to keep your flock entertained.