There really isn’t anything uncommon about uncommon looking eggs. Weird chicken eggs can be normal, or sometimes not, it’s up to you to know!
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!
Heritage breeds are incredibly important for the genetic diversity and population of all chicken breeds as a whole. Raise your own heritage flock!
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!
Poultry probiotics can be defined as live beneficial bacteria that promote the health and balance of the intestinal tract. They can be very helpful.
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.
Finding your laying hen can be tricky, but the best way to find out which one of your hens is laying is by catching her red-handed!
Feeding fowl might seem straight forward, but depending on your flock and the type of birds you have, you may need some guidance in choosing the right feed!