How to make a dollar stretch without sacrificing nutrition or flavor
Eggs don't have to be out of reach with this handy tool made from common household items.
What is "chicken math" and how does it work?
How do you get your chicken coop ready for blizzards, tornadoes, thunderstorms, flooding, or hurricanes? Don't wait until severe weather is imminent to prepare your flock for the storm.
A fun but messy alternative to chickens, ducks can bring great joy given the proper care. Learn the basics here, including pros and cons, which variety to choose, and more.
Here is everything you'll want to know before purchasing chicks for the first time.
What is fermenting feed and why should you try it?
What is safe and unsafe to feed to your feathered friends
As temperatures rise, what can you do to keep your flock cool?
What's the difference, and why do brown eggs cost more than white? Learn all the egg vocab you need to know to get the best eggs for yourself!
This list will help you get an idea of what threatens your flock and how to guard against predation, but it is always good to discuss the subject of predators with other chicken owners around you.
Learn how to identify and remedy egg-eating in your flock.
This article offers tips on how to utilize the natural instincts of a broody hen to incubate, hatch, and raise your chicks naturally.
Keeping your chickens in confinement doesn't have to be a prison sentence. If you can't let them go free range, here's how to do it in the most healthy and humane way possible.
You may think you're raising your own turkey for Thanksgiving, but you probably aren't . . . here are the facts about raising turkeys.
Why raising backyard geese may be the next endeavor for your micro-farm.
How the breed with the bouffant 'do may just be your undoing.
Why you should consider adding this versatile, beautiful, and robust breed to your flock.
With hundreds of varieties of chicken available, which one is right for you?
Oft ignored, sometimes maligned, the humble leghorn is still the queen of the nesting box.
Why you don't have to put up with an aggressive rooster, and why he's not "just doing his job"
how to get into backyard chicken keeping without breaking the budget