“The 12 Days of Christmas” is a beloved traditional carol containing a laundry list of common poultry. Here’s a look at the fowl name-dropped in the timeless tune.
Add a festive flock touch to your holiday tree with these whimsical chicken ornaments, the perfect poultry decor to warm up the special season.
You can (probably) bring your chickens when moving, but there are rules to follow. In addition to what we’ve already covered, keep these things in mind.
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 no—here’s why.
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!