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 …
Chicken feed storage is not something that many of us really put much thought into, but it’s imperative to the health of our chickens! A spoiled feed can make birds …
Leftover corn cobs from Halloween and Thanksgiving don’t need to be thrown away. You may wonder can chickens eat corn cobs? Yes they can. They can be used to make …
Learn proper techniques and tips on claw trimming, chicken beak trimming, and spur trimming on your chickens. …
Ducks are generally very hardy and don’t often get sick, but there are some fairly common duck diseases you should be aware of if you raise backyard ducks. …
Not many vets practice with chicken diseases and symptoms. Finding a good source of information, like Backyard Poultry magazine, is important. …
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