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Getting Started Raising Chickens: Should I buy chicks or started pullets?

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Getting Started Raising Chickens: Should I Buy Chicks or Juvenile Birds? Raising chickens has become an increasingly popular choice for many families, with fresh eggs every day being the main draw. If you’re considering getting started raising chickens, one of the most important decisions to make is whether you’ll buy chicks or juvenile chickens, also […]

How to Brood Baby Chicks

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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!

Barred Plymouth Rock Will Rock Your Flock

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Since it was first accepted into the American Standard of Perfection in 1874, the Barred Plymouth Rock has been one of America’s favorite backyard breeds.

Mail-Order Chicks: What You Need to Know

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Ordering chicks by mail might seem strange, but it’s actually pretty safe! Read more about how to handle getting your own chicks shipped!

Broody Hens: Tips for Nest-Sitters

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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.

Respiratory Infections: The Fowl Pox

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One of the most common and potentially devastating viral respiratory diseases that threatens your operation and flock is Fowl Pox.

The Pros and Cons of a Fence-Free Flock

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Raising a fence free flock may leave you open to certain complications, but with the right foresight, it’s completely possible to do!

A How-To Guide On Integrating New Birds to your Chicken or Poultry Flock

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Learn how to safe and effectively integrate birds into your flock without upsetting or disrupting the pecking order and mood of the flock.

Ordering Fowl Online: Mail Order Birds

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Despite what you may think about mail order birds, the USPS is able to mail day-old birds because the unique nature of hatching poultry.