Chicken obesity? It’s common, but a chicken playground can help. Keep your birds active by making their coop, run and yard a place to play.
Are you not getting as many eggs as you’ve come to expect? A variety of factors cause egg-production declineâ€”but you can help your hens lay better.
Chickens are better adapted to handle cold temperatures than heat. Here are ways to keep your flock safe during hot weather months.
New chicken-keepers sometimes mistake the crop for a tumor. Learn where the crop is located, what it does and what can go wrong with it.
Laying hens need oyster shells in their diet; offering eggshells back to them does not provide the same benefits to health and shell strength.
Do you find eggs that are unusually large? Eggs with two yolks? Eggs with odd shells, thin shells or no shells? Our guide to irregular eggs will explain.
Let’s hope no one ever makes a romantic movie about the mating behavior of hens and roosters.
Your chickens are already accustomed to sand in their dust bathsâ€”now they can have it on their coop floor, too.
When an accident happens with your chicken and the result is a broken beak, take heartâ€”itâ€™s possible to mend the situation.
Sometimes your backyard poultry need a little more than a dust-bathingâ€”this just might be one of those times.