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 […]
Ornamental ducks are a little different from standard ducks, but not that different! Learn how to breed them effectively!
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!
Understanding “Chicken History” can actually really come in handy when it comes to truly understanding what makes these little guys tick.
One of the most common and potentially devastating viral respiratory diseases that threatens your operation and flock is Fowl Pox.
We prepare the car and the house for the coming winter season but we also need to get the chicken coop ready too. Luckily chickens are quite hardy!
Guinea Fowl are game bird – that’s been domesticated. It’s not as wild as Quail or Partridges, but it has more wild instincts thanks chickens and turkeys.
The practice of raising chickens on a small-scale farm is not new. Backyard chickens have been kept for their benefits and beauty for many many years!
As ducklings mature to about 8 weeks of age, their care demands will change such that they need access to water and will require more space.
Do duck get along with other pets? To put it briefly…not really. While they can be valuable contributors to the farm, they often don’t mix with others.
Ducks don’t strike most people as winter animals. That being said, they’re extremely hardy. With proper preparation, you can raise ducks in the winter.
One inevitable question you’ll encounter before raising ducks is “how do I house my pet duck?” Well here are some tips on what to do!