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Backyard Poultry Contributor
By Ron McKibben
The comb, believe it or not, has more function than form when it comes to chickens. It’s more than a fancy top hat or proof of superiority. It’s
Back in 1912, Harry M. Lamon initiated the development of the Lamona chicken to produce a dual-purpose breed for the American market. He began with Silver Gray Dorkings, White Plymouth
Did your hen lay a lash egg? This “egg” really isn’t an egg at all. Pam Freeman, Backyard Poultry editor, shares her insights on what it means when you encounter
Not many vets practice with chicken diseases and symptoms. Finding a good source of information, like Backyard Poultry magazine, is important.
Excellent magazine. Thank you so much. — Terrie McCormack, Florida
Broody Hen Questions
My questions come from the broad subject area of production. The goal is fresh backyard eggs. The means of accomplishing
New Life on a Homestead
Dandelions are considered a weed by most gardeners but the list of beneficial dandelion uses runs long. Every part of the dandelion can be eaten, and each piece has a
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