Tag: what to feed chickens
With so much talk about chicken illnesses this year, it’s good to know what a sick chicken looks like, so we can try to help our feathered pets feel better
When deciding to use organic chicken feed for your flock, it’s first good to know what chickens need in their diet. Believe it or not, an interesting fact about chickens
Nutritional deficiencies are a relatively rare problem for a flock of backyard chickens, ducks, or other poultry. Of greater nutritional concern are the following five easily avoidable mistakes commonly made
Quality nutrition is the bedrock of your bird’s health, longevity, and performance. Just like you and me, if a chicken is fed junk it will live a shorter life, have
Backyard Poultry Contributor
It’s hard to make an argument against using grit for chickens, along with oyster shell supplements. They’re both fairly inexpensive and a little lasts a long time.
Janet Garman of Timber Creek Farms shares her adventures in attempting to hatch duck eggs for the first time and some reasons your fertile duck eggs might not hatch.
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