When it comes to home remedies, the list is long for treatments to help chicken ailments. However, not all are as effective as you may be led to believe.
Poultry can get injured, and wound care is important in case a chicken gets hurt. Here are some basic pointers for chicken wound care.
It’s fun to give chickens scraps and other treats, but watch out for these foods and other substances that are toxic to birds.
Chickens get a wide variety of worms, which are both common and typically no cause for alarm. Here are the top five and what you need to do.
You can vaccinate your chickens against these three common diseases and, in tandem with proper biosecurity, protect them from unnecessary suffering.
Those pampered hens in your backyard can be traced back to domesticated jungle fowl, striking birds historically kept as village poultry around the world.
Raising and processing chickens for meat is a worthwhile endeavor, but knowing how to inspect a carcass when processing poultry is important.
If you’ve got a few eggs to spare, try out these fun egg experimentsâ€”including one that’s sure to surprise your family and friends!
The U.S. has seen increased wildfires in recent years, which reminds us to keep our chickens safe from fire, as well as chemical effects of ash and pollutants.
DIY is all the rage, extending to citizen and community science projects. And if you try to breed a better bird, you’re doing some backyard biohacking, too.