All About Broody Hens — Plus, Baby Chick Health Basics, Refrigerating Eggs, NPIP Certification and More

Explore These Great Stories: Caring for Ducklings, Picking the Right Equipment for Your Flock, and More!

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Our April/May 2018 issue is NOW AVAILABLE! Learn all about broody hens. Also, baby chick health basics; to refrigerate eggs or not?; homemade cream puffs and eclairs; and much more! Subscribe today!

There are a couple of different ways you can expand your flock. One way is to use the best broody hens in your flock. For those who don’t want to expand their flocks, you will have to break the hen of her broodiness. If you want to hatch eggs, a broody hen can be your best friend. Keep in mind that not all breeds are created equal. Some are more broody than others. Heritage breeds are more broody than hybrids and often make the best broody hens. Learn the top five picks for broody chicken breeds.

Also, baby chick health basics, what you need to know. Here are some steps for you to take to make sure you don’t have baby chicks dying.

Find all this and more in your April/May 2018 issue of Backyard Poultry magazine! Also, with this issue, you can view it as a new flip book style!

In this Issue:

Expanding Your Flock With a Broody Hen — Let your broody hen do the work. By P. Allen Smith

Homemade Cream Puffs and Eclairs — Homemade cream puff and eclair recipes. Plus, yummy cream fillings and much more! By Rita Heikenfeld

Homemade Cream Puffs

Baby Chick Health Basics — Learn how to get your chicks started right. By Pam Freeman

Chick Health


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To Refrigerate Eggs or Not? — American vs. British egg keeping. By Susie Kearley

NPIP Certification 101 — The whys and hows explained for obtaining NPIP certification. By Jeremy Chartier

NPIP

How to Care for Ducklings — Tips for meeting a duckling’s needs. By Erin PhillipsThe Right Stuff! — Sizing equipment for your flock. By Jeremy Chartier

Ducklings

An Eggsquisite Knitted Washcloth Pattern — A knitted washcloth pattern in the shape of an egg. Perfect for poultry people. By Kathleen Cubley

Raising Chickens and Children — Life lessons learned while caring for a flock. By Erin Phillips

Raising Poultry with Children

Guinea Fowl Realities — The highlights and challenges of raising guineas. By Susie Kearley

Guinea Fowl

More Great Resources, Stories, and Tips in Each Issue:

Chicken Math is Real! Photo Essay
From The Editor 13/2: Watch Out For Your Broodies
Coming Events 13/2
Reader Submitted Letters: Something To Crow About 13/2
Fewer Chickens on Facebook? Not on Our Watch!
Backyard Poultry Bookstore
Poultry Talk 13/2
Flock Photos 13/2
Just for Fun
And much more!

Backyard Poultry magazine is your best source for information on how to raise healthier, more productive backyard chickens, ducks, turkeys, geese and even keeping guinea fowl. Whether you live on a farm, call a suburban neighborhood home, or are mastering poultry farming in an urban environment, we have the how-to guides and tips.

Never miss another great issue! Subscribe to Backyard Poultry today and get the April/May 2018 issue and many more to come.

Do you have broody hen tips? Do you have a humorous broody hen story? Tell us below!

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