An important benefit of owning chickens is learning. I learned that in order to show birds, or just to have the best flock possible, you must cull.
First, what does cull mean? Culling your flock is when you kill or sell birds that are deformed, unsuitable, mean, or (forgive me for making up a w... (more)
Inevitably, newbie chicken owners do make mistakes. I've experienced a lot of them myself. Here are some common mistakes new chicken farmers make.
- Not having a shelter/building for your new birds...
If you're a newbie chicken farmer, and you come home one day, from school or work, just to find a sick or injured chicken, I can guarantee you that you will freak out majorly. And, odds are, you won't know what to do. However, to solve this problem, I've compiled two common problems that you will... (more)