Tag: the backyard chicken
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
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
Are you on the hunt for helpful homesteading blogs? You’re in luck. The Countryside Network features some of the most influential homesteading bloggers.
Molting chickens may stop laying eggs, lose old feathers and grow new ones. Molt is driven by season and usually occurs in the fall when sunlight decreases.
It’s time to Preserve the Harvest, so we’ve asked some helpful homesteaders to weigh in on their favorite food preservation methods. Here’s what they shared.
The most common question I get from other media discovering the backyard poultry lifestyle is, “How many backyard chickens are there in the country?”
According to the 2012 U.S. Agriculture Census,
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