April/May 2019

Chicken Math! Calculating Space, Feed & Productivity

Chicken Math

People who are not familiar with chickens are often amazed at how smart they are. Veterinary science students participated in clicker training sessions with chickens and were surprised by how quickly the hens learned. Through the training, students became aware that chickens had individual personalities and emotions, and could experience boredom, frustration, and happiness. (Photo by David Goehring/Flickr CC BY 2.0.)


Issue Highlights

  • Chicken Math! Calculating Space, Feed, & Productivity
  • Help Your Chicks Grow Healthy Feathers
  • Are Chickens Clever? Yes! Studies Prove It
  • Cured Salted Egg Yolks
  • PLUS: Welsh Harlequin Ducks
  • SEE THE FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS »

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BYP AprilMay 2019

Content Director
Steph Merkle
Editor
Marissa Ames
Editorial Assistants
Samantha Ingersoll, Ann Tom
Circulation & Marketing
Ellen Soper
Publication Designer
Sara Heideman
Publisher
Mike Campbell
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Alicia Soper
Kelly Weiler
Sue Lapcewich

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