Residents in this historic district of Tampa cherish and look after their wild chicken population as part of the area’s old world charm.
Even if the weather in your area doesn’t reflect spring’s arrival, it’s time to get machinery, land and growing areas ready for the yearly change.
In his new book, Michael Foley gives examples of farms implementing solutions others can follow and also shows the link between sustainability and enduring civilizations.
Homesteading has a level of unpredictability, as well as challenges and rewards, that keep Teri Page, her husband and their two kids learning and growing.
Chickens editors asked for photos, and readers sent them in. Here are the winners and honorable mentions in our annual contest.
An increasing number of veterans are using their skills to agricultural ends, and some are helping save endangered heritage breeds.
The lineup from the online plant and seed company includes colorful varieties designed to grow well in challenging conditions as well as a preplanned garden.
A program administered by the Bureau of Land Management has sent some 240,000 animals to private care since it started in 1971. Here’s how it works.
Camels, low-maintenance animals that originated in North America, are cold-hardy and heat-resistant. They produce lots of milk and can be raised for meat and hides. Do they have a future in the American Southwest?