Many chickens are cold hardy, but some breeds call for extra help in winter, especially in northern climates. Here are tips for keeping your chooks warm.
Whether it’s a post-Halloween jack-o’-lantern or autumnal gourds, your chickens will love a good pumpkin. Here’s how to safely feed a seasonal treat.
Here are a few more steps you can take to ready a kit chicken coop for harsh winter weather and provide your chickens protection from the elements.
While many chicken breeds do fine in cold weather, sub-zero winter temps require some keeper intervention, especially if you use an assemble-yourself coop kit.
When molting season arrives, feathers drop as your chickens focus on growing new ones. Here’s what’s happening and what you can expect.
Roosters crow, and not just at dawn. Here are the reasons a rooster will crow all day, every dayâ€”and what different vocalizations can mean.
New hens are always exciting, but follow these important steps when you add a chicken to an existing flock to avoid fighting and injury.
Pointy eggs, round eggsâ€”can egg shape tell you anything about the sex of the chick inside the shell? We take a look at the answer.
People are talking about feeding wet food to their chickens. And while there are some reasons to consider it, there are drawbacks as well.