I’ve been asked by several folks recently about the chickens. In particular, how am I still getting eggs, and what am I feeding them? Today I took a few minutes to talk about it.
Let’s chat about the term “free range” and why I think some people may be a bit misguided.
Tips for what you should and shouldn’t do to keeping your chickens safe and comfortable all winter long.
How do you add new chickens to your existing flock while also minimizing the “drama” that goes with it.
Today I talked about something I have been reading on “the interwebs” about the 2017 solar eclipse. And guess what? We got more chickens!
An easy mistake I see many new chicken owners making is having TOO MANY ROOSTERS! I address this in today’s episode.
I am often asked about what kind of chicken breeds I have or have experience with. Today I discussed all of the breeds that we have kept over the years, and which I may add in the future.
In this episode I shared with you my set-up for “freezer camp day” as well as my thoughts on being a chicken butchering newbie.
As hot weather gets hotter, chickens can struggle to stay healthy. Help your flock thrive and survive the soaring summer temps.
Sometimes taking the steps to keep your chickens safe includes a “haircut” of sorts. Learn how to clip a chicken’s wings. This morning as I did my chores here on the homestead, I glanced over at the chickens and notice something amiss. Two of my younger hens were up on top of the run. Moments…
We had to take measures to protect our hens from some brutal roosters.
What tasks do you each day? Each week? Other times? Here’s a basic run-down of what it takes to keep chickens.