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Feathers are insulating, but chickens know when winter comes around. Keep them cozy and healthy with these five tips
Last month my daughter, Caroline, gave me a tour of the Iowa State University Design College where she is a student. One wing houses the architecture department. There, teams of students were...
Have peace of mind while keeping the varmints out
How many times have you woken up in the middle of the night wondering if you shut the door to the chicken coop? Many poultry owners are installing doors that automatically open in the morning and...
Useful and money-saving tips from our audience
Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Finding the most efficient way to care for chickens often comes from ideas from other poultry owners. These tips from our audience might come in...
Consider it free nutrients for the garden.
Chicken owners often use wood shavings, straw, or sawdust as bedding in the coop to keep the birds dry. When cleaning out chicken coops, an option is to toss the litter onto the compost pile....
The perks of raising poultry go beyond meat and eggs. If you build a chicken tractor, you'll have mobile pest controllers and fertilizers.
Radio interview source: Rich McGinnis, Co-Owner, DIY Chicken Coops Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below We had a coop to put our chickens in at night, but let...
Raising chickens requires a coop and creativity. Here are a few of your favorite chick inns.
Summer can be a dangerous time for chickens, and it's up to you to keep them cool.
Whether your baby chicks arrive in the mail or are hatched in an incubator, here are some important first steps to ensure their safety and well-being.
Some are fancy and some are recycled, but all of these chicken coops built by our readers are home to some pretty lucky chickens!