The ideal temperature for chicks, seven days old or younger, is 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Week two is 90, week three is 85. Each week declines by five degrees until chicks … Read More
Lana Beckard, Nutrena® Poultry Expert – It’s the time of year again to buy feed for the new chicks you’ve just purchased. You’re walking down the feed aisle of your favorite … Read More
If you are starting a new flock, here’s a quick video on what your chickens will need on a daily basis. … Read More
Join Backyard Poultry in our video series, Chickens in a Minute. This video explores introducing new chickens to the flock, which often starts with chicks. … Read More
If you’re considering adding ducks to your backyard chicken flock, you might be wondering What do ducks eat? You’ll be glad to hear the answer. … Read More
Learn how to prevent northern fowl mites and red mites on chickens and other poultry. If you do have an infestation, here are treatment ideas for your flock … Read More
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