The common answer from chicken keepers when you ask them “what do roosters eat” is that they feed their roosters the same thing as the rest of the flock. … Read More
We think about rooster spurs from the moment we get baby chicks. It’s not unusual to watch our unsexed chicks as they grow and see if chicken spurs develop. Although spurs … Read More
“We’ve been amazed at how using coconut oil has increased our flock’s health and happiness. In fact, coconut oil is lauded as one effective way to increase egg production in … Read More
Find out 8 tips to make rooster crowing less annoying to your neighbors and allow you to enjoy your roosters. One top tip is to use a no crow collar. … Read More
Learn how to bathe a chicken to help fight lice and mites, keep feathers clean, and improve the health of your flock. … Read More
As a rule, you can house 10 bantams in the same space that three large fowl would occupy. They are excellent in incubating their own eggs within pens to produce … Read More
“Most manuals include the Orpington as a friendly chicken that works well in a backyard and in a family setting with children. I agree with that since my first Buff … Read More
A dual-purpose duck breed that lays 200+ eggs per year! Promoted by Bluebonnet Feeds … Read More
Needle felting is a way to make soft sculptured dolls and animals. The steps are easy. There are many different ways you can use wool to create felted projects. … Read More
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