Testing before an exhibition is just a formality until your chicken tests positive for one or more diseases. Here’s what to know in case that happens.
Spending time with your flock, observing behaviors, and inspecting each chicken for injury and illness are important chores to add to the daily or weekly to-do list. You know your flock and its individual personalities best, which makes spotting problems easy. I keep a close eye on my Silver-Laced Wyandotte, Pauline. Sheâ€™s my heaviest chicken, […]
We have two new sheep on our farm. One is a young ewe named Tansy and the other is her newborn daughter, Pasha. Theyâ€™re hair sheepâ€”a mixture of Katahdin and Dorper.