Check out eFowl’s New Farm and Hatchery Directory Today, we are thrilled to announce the launch of a new feature on eFowl that we have been working on for a long time – the eFowl Directory! This directory will be an amazing resource for farms, hatcheries, and businesses of any size to present their brand in front […]
Black Friday Deals for Chicken Owners Well, that dubious day of American consumerism is upon us – Black Friday (and Black Friday’s younger but quickly growing cousin, Cyber Monday). In true Amazon fashion, there are some amazing deals to be had online. Earlier this year in July, Amazon had it’s Prime Day, and there were […]
We went through the hundreds of products on sale for Amazon Prime Day and found the ones that are most helpful to chicken owners. They’re mostly related to pest control – rodents, insects, and even larger predators. Check it out!
Preventing hens from eating eggs can become a serious problem. Learn the proper precautions and remedies to hopefully break this behavior.
This Fourth of July, celebrate America AND chicken. Take a second to learn about where the American poultry industry is and where it has come from!
Learn about brooding baby chicks in a fun and simple way geared towards first-time raisers or anyone looking to learn how to breed newborn baby chicks!
Hamburg Chickens one of the oldest breeds of domesticated poultry. Learn everything about their history, their purpose, or their beauty!
There are many different reasons to own ducks on your farm or in your backyard. Learn about the best and most popular duck breeds for you!
Yes, of course you should free range your chicken flock if you can! Free range chickens will be happier, healthier hens with strong immune systems!
Learn more about poultry vaccines! Knowing when to vaccinate or not can be the difference in your flock. Educating yourself is key in protecting your flock.
We often think about adding chickens to our farms and yards. Chickens have TV shows, blog hops, etc. But what about raising pheasants this Summer!?
The Rhode Island Red Chicken came about in the same Frankenstein-ish type of way that has given birth to so many other popular heritage chicken breeds.