From a rooster gone postal to a traveling fella to a chanticleer’s charming trick, these three true rooster tales are sure to brighten your day.
While it’s true that opossums sometimes eat eggs and kill chicks and chickens, it’s better to safeguard your hens than try to eradicate them from your property.
Testing before an exhibition is just a formality until your chicken tests positive for one or more diseases. Here’s what to know in case that happens.
There are many things to keep in mind during lambing season, but one especially fun thing is choosing names for the newborn baby lambs on the farm!
Everyone’s afraid of salmonella, and chicken-keepers especially know to beware the notorious pathogen. There are actually four kinds, though, each with different traits and implications.
Most chicken-keepers can take a passive approach to poultry primping, but for those that exhibit their chickens or keep pet birds indoors, these 11 grooming tools are essential.
Do your chickens have what it takes to make it in show business? Here’s what you can do to get your poultry positioned for their big break.
It’s not uncommon for a chicken to become sick, and illness isn’t a major catastrophe—though keepers do need to take a few precautions when a case arises.
Poultry-keepers can’t hide inside when the temperature drops, so here are five essentials to have on hand when caring for a chicken flock during winter.
A flock of hens will naturally establish a pecking order, but in some instances it’s possible for a hen to develop the traits and behaviors of a rooster.