When feral chickens made a home in Cindi Fontanilla’s yard in Kalaheo, Hawaii, the birds and their babies brought joy and a sense of purpose with them.
The cool coop, dubbed the Coop de Ville, is this keeper’s first poultry operation, but it was constructed after tons of research and plenty of poultry love.
Custom built with cleanliness and comfort in mind, this coop keeps chickens happy and healthy, and brings joy to their Kentucky keepers.
Losing a chicken is a difficult experience, but one keeper shares how memories of pet chickens can remind us of how all life is precious.
New chicken-keepers make common mistakes, such as this tale of chickens escaping a dog kennel during cleaning. In the end, though, missteps can teach important lessons.
Southern California was a dream until it wasn’t for Lisa Wilson, who finally left L.A. for Northern California to enjoy family and a flock of eight chickens.
After two tragic tries, this Ohio keeper feared she’d never get her flock of chickens. But during the pandemic, her family finally got their birds.