by: Rural Living Today
Keeping a rooster or not? When it comes to resident roosters, there are pros and cons consider when keeping a rooster. Here are some things to think about.
Keeping a rooster has several positive roles in a flock of chickens.
A rooster provides fertilization services to the hens in the flock.
He’ll serve as a guard and defender against perceived and actual danger. Continue Reading
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by Murano Chicken Farm
How to grow sunflower seeds for chicken feed. Stop paying feed store prices, save money by growing your own sunflower seeds for chicken feed and treats… Continue Reading
How do chickens digest food? How does the chicken digestive system differ from a human’s? Learn how a hen’s feed and nutrition becomes an egg.
by Patrick Biggs, Ph.d
When the dinner bell rings for a backyard flock, the hens come running. There’s nothing like a complete, balanced layer feed. But what happens after your chickens are finished pecking away at the feeder? Read Article
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Chickens need access to water year round, but keeping it from freezing can be a challenge in the winter. Read my best tips!
One of the most-often asked questions we get from readers is how to keep their chickens’ water from freezing in the winter. Chickens need access to unfrozen water every day in order to stay healthy, laying well and alive, so it’s very important to keep their water from freezing… Read Article
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