Chickens and other backyard fowl don’t need much. Just make sure they have a clean and safe space with plenty of food and water and they’ll be happy.
Learning about sexing baby chicks can help you create and maintain the proper flock for your specific circumstances and farm environment.
Chickens in your garden. That might not sound like a winning situation, but you’d be surprised! Chickens can provide natural and necessary help!
With so many options, choosing a chicken coop can be stressful. Luckily, if you know your flock, it shouldn’t be that difficult to understand what’s best!
Be careful, once you try your own fresh eggs grown right in your own garden or farm, you may never want to go back to store bought ever again!
Khaki Campbell ducks are one of the best duck breeds to raise, especially if you have an affinity for delicious duck eggs!
Ordering chicks by mail might seem strange, but it’s actually pretty safe! Read more about how to handle getting your own chicks shipped!
Silkies are one of the most interestingly beautiful breeds an owner can buy. They’ll turn anyone’s backyard into an exotic paradise!
Predator Prevention should be at or near the top of every flock owner’s priority list. Learn how to protect your flock and your eggs!
Broody hens can sometimes be tricky to deal with. Learning how to deal with a broody hen and a hatch of eggs is incredibly important for flock owners.
Turkey are great additions to your flock and not just for their meat. They’re also sweet, docile, and loving animals that will fit right into your farm.
Male fowl such as roosters, drakes, and toms can be a great addition to your flock. They offer protection and can also fertilize eggs for hatching.