Whether your chickens are free-range or not, backyard chicken predators are a big danger to your flock. They can come from the air, from the ground, even underground! And once a backyard chicken predator finds your flock, it won’t stop. They’ll keep coming back until you get rid of them. Here are the top most […]
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!
Buying a chicken coop is not easy. You need a coop that is going to house and protect your backyard chicken flock. However, the ideal pre-made chicken coop is a difficult product to find. Manufacturers and distributors are challenged to make a coop that will get the job done at a reasonable price. At eFowl, we’ve seen […]
A brief guide on what you should expect to build or look for when either shopping for or constructing a chicken coop for your backyard chicken flock.
Learn the basics on battling the inevitable bumblefoot. Though it’s not usually a life threatening infection, you should be prepared to treat it!
Lear about common poultry illness and how to treat or vaccinate for them before it comes a problem. Save your birds, save your time, save your money!
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.
This article will show you how to properly and safely brood mandarin and wood ducklings right on your own farm or inside your home!
Ornamental ducks are a little different from standard ducks, but not that different! Learn how to breed them effectively!
If you have a pair of juvenile ducks sent to you, you’d better know how to raise them! Learn more here on how to make their lives happy and healthy.
In a world where guinea pigs get all the glory, it’s about time people learned a little more about the guinea fowl. They’re very handy birds to have around!
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!