Learn about steps you can take to make adding new chickens to your flock a smooth and stress reducing process.
It’s always good to at least be aware of these common chick health concerns.
Here are some tips on what to look for and how to decide what chicks are right for you to get your own Chick Days going in the right direction.
No matter why you choose to raise chickens, there’s a breed that will be perfect for you!
While chickens are extremely cold hardy and do well in most climates there are a few things you can do to keep your birds more comfortable during the winter months. Continue reading to learn a few tips and tricks to winterize your chicken coop and run.
Deciding what time of year to order and receive your baby chicks can be a difficult decision and depends heavily on your local climate and the resources you have available at home. This article discusses several factors you should consider when making the decision to raise chicks in the fall.
Each fall, starting when chickens are about 18 months old, chickens lose their feathers and grow shiny new ones in preparation for winter. Read to find out what to look for and what to expect as the molting season approaches.
With Winter upon us, it is important to consider the animals in your care that will be exposed to the cold, ice and snow.
Unlike us, chickens don’t need sweaters to stay warm in the winter (but wouldn’t that be cute)? Lisa Steele shares important tips to keep your flock happy and healthy in cold temperatures.
What can you do to help your flock through molting season? Lisa Steele talks about how quality nutrition can make all the difference for your girls!