We asked the readers and fans of Backyard Poultry magazine for good chicken names. Here are their ideas and pictures of their own baby chicks!
As spring chicks start to grow up and lay eggs, odds are you may find a double yolk egg in your egg collecting basket.
Did your hen lay a lash egg? This “egg” really isn’t an egg at all. Pam Freeman, Backyard Poultry editor, shares her insights on what it means when you encounter
Epsom salt uses on the homestead have a wide range. We use it in the garden, for livestock health, for personal hygiene and even as Christmas decoration!
Here at Backyard Poultry, we harbor a serious love for the protein-packed egg, especially when it comes from our own beloved backyard chickens, ducks or even guinea fowl.
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Rats and Mice
Good afternoon! My chicken house is struggling with rats and mice digging tunnels underneath the dirt floor in the coop and eating the chicken feed! They are a
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