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As a poultry owner, you know how important it is to keep your birds healthy. By practicing biosecurity, you can help reduce the chances of your birds being exposed to diseases such as avian influenza...
Practicing biosecurity can help keep disease away from your poultry. The following steps can help you keep your birds healthy: Keep your distance Isolate your birds from visitors and other birds...
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Create a long-term flock care plan before purchasing new chicks.
Create a long-term flock care plan before purchasing new chicks.
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Deb Miller's journey from corporate America to the green pastures of northeast Oklahoma.
Why Deb Miller thinks "a bad day on the farm is still better than a good day in the office."
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They may not stand still, and won't know what "say cheese" means, but chickens can be very photogenic creatures. Here are a few reader favorites.
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Keep your chickens happy and healthy by giving them the right feed and supplements.
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Capons are tender and flavorful chickens but you might be surprised to learn how they get that way
A friend invited my husband and I over for dinner one night, and he roasted what we thought was a regular chicken. It was actually a “capon.” I’d never heard of it before, but it...
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How one Ohio family hatched a fowl business that all started with a few chicks.
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Meet some of the cattle, dogs, chickens, and other animals our readers adore. These photos were shared in our online gallery and on our Facebook page.
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Poultry producers are encouraged to enroll in the NPIP to prevent disease and maintain quality of their flocks
Radio interview source: Steve Roney, Director, National Poultry Improvement Plan     Listen to the radio story mp3 or read below In the 1930s, the National Poultry Improvement Plan, or...
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This Country View episode features Jay and Jen Louden who find delight in multicolored poultry.
Jay and Jen Louden of Newbury, Ohio, live on three-acres of land with four kids, a few farm animals, and dozens of colorful poultry. Jen says they started out with chickens to have eggs to sell....

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