With backyard chicken-keeping rising in popularity, you may look to start a small flock. But first you need to know if your city will allow you to keep chickens.
Adding festive flair to chicken coops is all the rage, but follow these simple safety precautions to ensure you and your hens have a merry Christmas.
Traditional holiday plants such as holly, poinsettias and mistletoe are toxic to humans and pets, but for birds (including chickens) they’re no big deal.
The holidays are a time for making tasty treats, but don’t forget your chickens when prepping homemade goodies. Try these three recipes for poultry pleasures.
Looking for that perfect present for your chicken-keeping friend? These poultry-related gifts are egg-ceptional options to slip under the tree!
Poultry-keeping is rife with questionable folk remedies. In this article, we look at the three most popular—brewer’s yeast, apple cider vinegar and probiotics—and their merits (or lack thereof).
When daylight lessens and laying chickens take a break, their feather loss could be minor or downright disturbing. Here some some whys and hows of molting.
With wintry weather taking hold, poultry-keepers often shuffle their birds’ living quarters. And for this keeper, the process was a rousing game of Musical Coops!
We all know that a “properly balanced” diet is important for flocks, but what exactly are the nutrients included in that bag of chicken feed?