So you want to start raising chickens. Maybe it’s because of the smaller environmental footprint, maybe you just want amazing eggs in the morning, but where do you start? With all the information available on the web, it can be a bit confusing to know how to start raising chickens, so we decided to tell […]
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Many people don’t know what free range chickens truly are. Read more to find out what this and other labels truly mean to your food and animals!
This Fourth of July, celebrate America AND chicken. Take a second to learn about where the American poultry industry is and where it has come from!
Keeping chickens cool in the summertime can be hard but it is important. Read more to learn how to keep your flock relaxed and hydrated in hotter temps!
Warning: Not all chicken combs are created equal. Learn about all the different crazy types of chicken combs right here on eFowl.com. The comb is in!
Learn more about how the Cochin chicken’s arrival to Britain and the United States set the poultry farming on fire and sparked a worldwide poultry frenzy.
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!
Learn the basics on battling the inevitable bumblefoot. Though it’s not usually a life threatening infection, you should be prepared to treat it!
A short introduction into the world of poultry plumage patterns. Every breed has beautiful feathers, now you know how to tell them apart!
Hamburg Chickens one of the oldest breeds of domesticated poultry. Learn everything about their history, their purpose, or their beauty!
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!