Tag: chicken behavior
Countryside Magazine Contributor
In urban chicken farming, boredom leads to undesirable behavior: Hens might pluck their feathers or peck at each other, causing injuries.
Backyard Poultry Contributor
As your chickens scratch for food and jockey for position in the social order, you can see that chicken behavior is purposeful.
Nobody wants to encounter a hen pecking in the coop; a few simple changes can block boredom in the winter time.
Backyard Chickens Beyond the Basics explores the realities of raising a flock for eggs — and entertainment, of course! From odd eggs and molting to chicken behavior, feeding and preparing for
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