We had snakes (yes, plural) invade our chicken coop!
Causes and treatment of scissor or cross-beak in chickens.
Selling eggs can be a little more complicated than you think.
As I sit here, enjoying a glass of sweet tea on my front porch, I am amazed that an entire year has passed since we purchased our property and began building our homestead.
Sharing a bit of the garden work we have been doing around here, and then I also attempted to break a broody hen. Find out if it worked.
Headed to my local Tractor Supply store…and I couldn’t resist! I came home with more babies.
Several of you submitted questions for the Q&A, well… here it is! You asked and I have answered.
Every year it happens. People go to the store and they think a baby chick is the perfect Easter present for their kids. They let the kids play with them….and they die. They think, “It must not have been healthy” or “It must not have been a good breed” or any number of reasons why…
I’ve had some people wondering about how I keep my chicken coop from being stinky. There’s three keys to make it happen.
A friend of mine had a chicken emergency, and I prepared my incubator for her to use with her eggs. I set it up and shared how I incubate my eggs.