Tag: why have my chickens stopped laying
There are alternatives to culling chickens once their productive years are over. Put your older hens to work in other ways.
Today we answer the question: “why are my chickens laying soft eggs?” This is a common problem throughout the year for people who are raising laying hens.
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
This Chickens In A Minute video addresses a question many chicken owners have. How old do chickens need to be to lay eggs?
This Chickens In A Minute video explores what can chickens eat as a treat. Treats can be a nutritious way to maintain a healthy and productive flock.
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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