If you have a hen thatâ€™s stopped laying and you suspect a bound egg to be the problem, hereâ€™s how you can nurse your chicken back to health.
With egg-laying season ramping up, provide your backyard flock with a protein boost by supplementing their diet with mealworms.
The best indicator of this potentially fatal parasitic condition can be found in your chickensâ€™ poo.
Handle a nuisance hen or rooster with one of these three proven methods.
Although theyâ€™re not the most likely of companion animals, chickens can help bring joy to humans in recovery.
Cut down on a pest infestation with this simple, natural control technique using materials you already have at home.
If your rooster doesnâ€™t seem interested in mating with his hens, thereâ€™s a likely explanation.
Here’s how to combine and prepare a meal for your chickens made from food waste that they’ll keep out of the trash.
Select your coop bedding wisely to give your flock a comfortable place to roost, nest and live.
This common chick ailment can easily be remedied with items found in your first-aid kit.