All of the foods chicken can and can’t eat on this list are a result of years of experience keeping chickens on our homestead.
This is a fairly comprehensive guide to getting started with ducklings and should give you all the basics you need for success.
Chicken brooding, whether it naturally occurs or is helped along by human hands, can be an incredibly exciting and rewarding process.
Quail require less space, lay tons of eggs, taste great, and are easier to raise than chickens or ducks. Here’s how to get started.
When hens stop laying eggs, there may be something wrong. Knowing the cause will help you determine if there is something to fix.
A DIY automatic chicken feeder saves you time and keeps your chickens happy. You’ll need a five-gallon bucket and some other supplies.
What if your chickens aren’t laying eggs? You’ll be glad to hear that there are steps you can take to turn this around.
Free Range People show off their homemade self-moving chicken tractor. It’s lightweight, easy to move, and large enough to house multiple chickens.
This is a rainwater catchment system located on a predator-resistant chicken coop. It saves a lot of time, effort, energy, and money.
When considering which kind of bird to get, you may find that ducks are better. Consider these tips on why ducks are worth getting instead of chickens.