Have you heard that providing corn for chickens can make them overheat? Even experienced chicken owners still believe a few old wives’ tales.
Nifty gadgets have their place on the homestead but sometimes you just can’t go down that often-pricey path. Don’t get me wrong — I’m a hopeless fan of wonky inventions
Let’s explore the question how do chickens lay eggs and why it’s not a problem that it comes out of the same opening as you-know-what.
I looked inside the carrier and saw such a sad sight. This poor chicken was hobbling around with one leg sticking straight out to the side. The feathers on her
Backyard Poultry Contributor
As long as I have been raising poultry, one of the most common problems I experience is bumblefoot in chickens. Here is what I have learned…
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