To celebrate 75 issues of Chickens magazine, we present 75 expert chicken-keeping tips to help you enjoy your backyard poultry!
Healthy, 100-percent whole-wheat bread is too hard to make, right? Actually, you can make great-tasting homemade bread with this easy recipe.
Youâ€™ve ordered the breeds you want, and the package of day-old chicks has arrived. Now, the real work begins. Here’s what you need to do on day one.
Animals have different needs, and your farm has its own livestock fencing needs. So before that post-hole digger hits the ground, consider this advice.
There are a variety of poultry waterers and feeders available, so read on to learn which ones might be right for you and your birds.
It just makes sense to pasture goats and chickens together, though there are a few considerations to keep in mind when mixing species.
If you live in an urban or suburban homestead, consider giving some of these quiet breeds a try (or maybe your neighbors will want you to!).
Cleanliness in the chicken coop is less work when you use the deep-litter method. Plus, it’s proven to keep your chickens healthier.
A modern seed-starting system that results in super seedlings, soil blocks are easy to make, produce better starts and deliver ROI in no time.
When starting a garden, it’s important to grow some early producers to keep spirits and harvests up. Here are 10 quick-growing plants you can grow.