Find answers to some of the most common and frequently asked questions those raising backyard chickens and other poultry are asking.
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!
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!?
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.
While the summer means fun in the sun, it does introduce new things like poultry pests and rising temperatures that can make make your flock uncomfortable.
Not everyone raising a farm has a solid and reliable outlet for vet advice. For those people, we hope we can give you a few tips you may not know of.
If you have chickens on your farm, you may be surprised to learn that these guys, along with chickens, guineas and more, have quite the green thumb as well.
Crisp mornings and warm sun. Longer days, daffodils and singing birds mean that spring has finally returned to work. It also means it’s time to clean!
Ordering chicks by mail might seem strange, but it’s actually pretty safe! Read more about how to handle getting your own chicks shipped!
Raising a fence free flock may leave you open to certain complications, but with the right foresight, it’s completely possible to do!
Raising chickens and ducks in one’s backyard is a practice that is undergoing explosive growth in the United States and for good reason.