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Show us your creative, unique, interesting chicken coops.
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The heat is hard on everyone, including your animals. They rely on you to help them stay cool when temperatures rise.
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A bird with many benefits
Guinea fowl are like watchdogs. Whenever anything – a car, person, or animal  – comes down the lane, they’ll probably make a racket. But, you’ll love them because Guinea...
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Find out answers to common questions about raising chickens and eggs.
Find out answers to common questions about raising chickens and eggs.
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Keep foods from spoiling or becoming potentially dangerous with these recommended refrigerator and freezer storage times.
Keep foods from spoiling or becoming potentially dangerous with these recommended refrigerator and freezer storage times.
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Millions of commercial birds have been infected by avian influenza in 2015. Experts predict 20 million birds destroyed overall as a result of the worst bird flu outbreak to strike the U.S. since the...
What is avian influenza? Avian influenza (AI), or bird flu, refers to a number of viruses that infect birds. The viruses are classified as either low pathogenicity (LPAI), which causes a...
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Learn what, when and how much to feed chickens through all stages of life.
Learn what, when and how much to feed chickens through all stages of life.
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Although this simple side dish recipe is delicious with salmon and other fish, it's also tasty with beef, pork and poultry.
Bake: 12 minutes at 400° F Ingredients: 1 pound fresh asparagus spears 1 tablespoon olive oil 1/4 teaspoon salt-free seasoning blend 3 tablespoons finely shredded Parmesan cheese...
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Important advise on how to keep the bird flu out of your backyard poultry flock
Millions of poultry around the country are being destroyed because of the avian influenza virus. Some states have declared a "state of emergency" as it spreads from farm-to-farm. Radio...
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Adjust feed as chicks grow to account for changing nutritional needs.

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