The revised edition of Harvey Ussery’s “The Small-Scale Poultry Flock” is an expanded guide to all-natural chicken-keeping for a variety of purposes.
If you love chickens but can’t commit to full-time education, consider becoming an NPIP tester to monitor disease spread among chicken flocks.
How important is fresh water to chickens? Very, in fact, as hydration is key to egg production, healthy body functions and even poultry life itself.
Omnipresent in our environment, fungi can cause serious illness in poultry flocks. Here’s a look at five of the most common fungal diseases and mycotoxins that can affect our fowl.
A laddered perch allows chickens to express their social hierarchy—a necessity that, when denied, can cause some unhealthy and destructive behavior.
Losing a chicken is a difficult experience, but one keeper shares how memories of pet chickens can remind us of how all life is precious.
Wild predators are a sure threat to your chickens, but don’t forget that a neighbor’s dog (or even your own) can and will kill a beloved bird, too.
What you feed, how you supplement and when you treat will make all the difference for your chickens. Follow these tips to feed your flock right!