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Grandpa's automatic chicken feeder is the best you can buy. I've had one for years, and here I explain why I wouldn't be without it.
We had our four chickens for just over 2 months before a fox got to them this morning. I got to know these little creatures and watch each of their personalities
If you've ever had a chicken who has suddenly and for no apparent reason died, this article will explain what may have happened.
Wondering whether to add a rooster into your flock? Here are 5 good reasons why it's not a good idea.
My cousin had bought a few banties. As a first time chicken keeper he picked the most appealing breed, more to look at than anything but with eggs as an
Our favorite chicken randomly died yesterday. In the morning my partner went out early to let the girls out of the coop, so they can be free in their
I got my pet rooster Rex in June of 2011. At first I wasn't sure whether he was a boy or a girl until he became a teen chicken when his curly tail feathers
Hatching chicken eggs can be both the most rewarding and the most stressful experience. Make sure yours have the best chance of a successful hatch with these tips about buying, transporting, storing and setting.
I began my amazing journey with chickens in the most unexpected way. I came home one morning and found a beautiful hen wondering quite happily around
In the summer of 2016, I decided I would try to start raising birds for the first time. Due to the nature of my living situation I was a little limited