Tag: the backyard chicken
There are alternatives to culling chickens once their productive years are over. Put your older hens to work in other ways.
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Stopping aggressive rooster behavior is not impossible explains Rhonda Crank of The Farmer’s Lamp. Differences in breed, individual temperament, and the length of time he has been allowed to exhibit
The shorter days heading into fall will usually find the backyard chicken keeper with a flock of molting chickens. Chickens losing feathers during autumn should be no cause for concern.
Hay and straw are two very different types of harvested material, each with a very different purpose on a farm. Lisa Steele from Fresh Eggs Daily explains how she uses
An older hen is likely to be a better broody hen. Since she has slowed down a bit, she’s more likely to be perfectly content to sit in a nesting
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