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Bob went out in a snowstorm to pull a calf last week and his tip from the grateful farmer was two dozen fresh eggs. It's been several years since we raised backyard hens, so these were a welcome...
Here is yet another creative meal inspired by Pinterest! If you aren't on this wonderful pinboard site, I recommend it! Take a look at the Living the Country Life Pinterest page and follow us...
Broken eggs in the hen house could mean your chickens are eating them
Interview source: Phil Clauer, Extension Poultry Specialist, Penn State University Listen here to the radio story mp3 Once a chicken...
Jessica Lundberg's family created the Egg-Aid program, allowing local school children to help gather eggs.
Radio interview source: Jessica Lundberg, Co-Owner, Lundberg Family Farms Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Nestled in northern California is the Lundberg...
Whether you collect your eggs from the coop or buy them at the store, here are 12 tasty ways to use them up!
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.
Keeping chickens can be a wonderful hobby for any acreage owner, but like with any animal, things can go wrong. Here are some common problems, along with explanations and solutions.
Selling your farm-fresh eggs can be a great way to earn extra money. But before you stick a sign in the front yard, be sure you have a plan and understand the regulations. Radio interview source:...
Eating fresh eggs is wonderful but if the shells are dirty, the eggs are unappetizing. If you don't have time to wash eggs right away, put them in the 'fridge. When it's time to clean...