If you feed local birds, you may wonder if it’s OK to provide your chickens with the same wild-bird feed. The answer, however, is noâ€”here’s why.
It’s pumpkin season, and your chickens are happy to gobble up guts and other leftover bits, which are not only delicious for healthy for flocks!
When Butters, a beloved Mottled Orpington, passed on recently, her keeper was moved to recount the special times shared with this unique hen.
If you’re moving and plan on transporting your chickens from one state to another via interstate travel, you need to read up on the rules and do it right.
Why would a rooster suddenly stop roosting on his provided perch? Here are four potential ailments, as well as one reason that just makes sense!
This time of year, egg production drops while chickens are moltingâ€”shedding old feathers to produce new ones. Here’s how you can help them through seasonal molt.
The Ingalls Homestead in South Dakota holds both historical and farming relevance for any modern homesteader with an interest in the old ways.
If you love chickens but can’t commit to full-time education, consider becoming an NPIP tester to monitor disease spread among chicken flocks.
If you want to learn more about poultry science but don’t have time for or access to in-person education, you may consider online poultry science certification programs.
Delve into your love of poultry with an education in poultry science! We look at some program options and what’s involved in pursuing further education.