Bumblefoot may sound funny, but for your chickens, this painful foot condition is no laughing matter. And left untreated, the malady could even prove fatal.
If a chicken can get something in its mouth, there’s a chance it’ll swallow it downâ€”and that can lead to health problems and even toxicity.
When raising chickens, it’s always important to stay aware of salmonella risks. Here are some tips to help your backyard flock stay clear of an outbreak.
Good for both you and your chickens, omega-3 fatty acids can be easily added to a flock’s diet to improve poultry health and produce better eggs and meat.