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A brief guide on what you should expect to build or look for when either shopping for or constructing a chicken coop for your backyard chicken flock.
A short introduction into the world of poultry plumage patterns. Every breed has beautiful feathers, now you know how to tell them apart!
Learn about the most popular and prolific of the Mediterranean Chicken Breeds, the Leghorn. Raised around the world for white egg laying abilities.
Branch out from your common layers this year. Raise a new heritage breed or add some waterfowl and guineas to your flock! You won’t regret it.
With thousands of chicken coops and designs to choose from, make sure yours has the essentials to creating a happy and healthy environment for your flock.
It can be difficult finding trustworthy vets and vet advice when it comes to raising a flock of poultry. Learn more about how to find what’s right for you!
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.
Chickens in your garden. That might not sound like a winning situation, but you’d be surprised! Chickens can provide natural and necessary help!
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.