Chicken predators can wreak havoc on a flock, so protect your coop and run from common predators using the following tips and techniques.
When chickens escape their coop and make a run for it, it’s a matter of life or death as they evade a handful of immediate threats.
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.
While it’s true that opossums sometimes eat eggs and kill chicks and chickens, it’s better to safeguard your hens than try to eradicate them from your property.
There are a great many predators who would love to dine out in your chicken coop. Here’s how to eliminate the threats, from scaring animals away to locking them out.
Predators come with the territory when you’re keeping chickens, unfortunately. But here are 10 ways to keep your feathered friends from becoming an easy meal.
The USDA estimates that predators (wild and domestic) cost farmers and ranchers almost $100 million annually in livestock losses. Learn how to protect your livestock from becoming prey.