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
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.
Read about four creative crab apple recipes to put all that fruit in your yard to good use by making sweet pickled apples, applesauce, jelly, and wine!
There are 30 recognized calls that chickens make and probably countless more chicken noises that humans have not identified and therefore fail to understand.
Learn how to bathe a chicken to help fight lice and mites, keep feathers clean, and improve the health of your flock.
If you’re looking to keep ducks, the stately Pekin duck is a great choice. Lisa Steele of FreshEggsDaily.com shares why she favors Pekin ducks in her backyard.
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