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My family and I bought into the pandemic chicken craze last April, partly because of the rationing of eggs at our local grocer, and also in an attempt
Maxi made her way to my parents' house after being mysteriously left in their yard. Originally called Maxima by my folks because she was a big Rhode Island
I got Squeek along with 10 other chickens from my uncle last summer. They were a couple / few months old. She was a black (I guess Australian) Orpington.
We have a lovely group of girls (mostly Easter Eggers and a few Wellsummers) we got about a year ago as chicks, and raised with love and care from the
Thinking of adding a Light Sussex to your flock? Here's a description of their character, egg-laying and personality.
How much space should a chicken have? How do you make a run secure? How to stop it becoming a mudbath in winter and an oven in summer? Find out here!
Discover all about the animals and birds that predate on chickens. Learn how to spot them and how to protect your flock.
From free and diy to expensive, roll away to natural, I review a range of nest box designs so you can choose the best for your flock.
I have had the pleasure of looking after Dot for just a few months (which honestly doesn’t feel like that). She was a new member of my little flock and
You just want them back. You want to go to them. You want to see if they are fine. You can't cope with their deaths.... She left too soon. That is what
Hello all, So upset what happened to our chickens. I got my chickens last year in middle of October, little bantam chickens one blue in colour which
Thinking of keeping chickens but not sure where to start? Here's all the information you need to raise a happy, healthy flock.
What should coops contain to make a perfect space for healthy chickens? Here are 7 must-haves for a safe, happy coop.
Share your words or pictures - join my page of memorials and let the world know what was special about your lost chicken.
Is echinacea a proven beneficial herb for your flock? Here are the results of research, including its use for coccidiosis.