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Chicken Quarters Blog Archive

07/29/2015   

15 Terms Every Chicken Keeper Needs To Know
If you’re going to play the backyard-chicken game, you need to have the lingo down.

07/22/2015   

Salmonella: The Chicken-Kissing Disease?
While you don’t need to (and shouldn’t) keep your distance from your backyard flock, practice common sense so you don’t get sick.

07/15/2015   

The Mysterious Fairy Egg
My chicken laid an egg that’s off-the-charts tiny. The question is: Does it have a yolk?

07/08/2015   

There’s Never Been A Better Time To Raise Chickens
If you’ve noticed egg prices on the rise due to bird flu, maybe it’s time for you to start your backyard flock.

07/01/2015   

It’s Brooding Season
Broodiness is a natural instinct in hens—so while there’s no need to worry, you should be aware.

06/24/2015   

4 Ways To Keep Chickens Cool On Hot Summer Days
Help your chickens adapt to the heat of summer by offering them treats that keep them cool and offer a fluid boost.

06/17/2015   

My Hens Are Laying Fewer Eggs—What Should I Do?
Don’t be alarmed if your chickens’ egg counts dropped. Here are seven reasons egg-laying can diminish.

06/09/2015   

3 Scenarios Where Backyard Roosters Won’t Work
Roosters can be feisty creatures—and sometimes in a small backyard flock, they can be hard to manage.

06/03/2015   

Moving? 6 Ways to a Fresh Start In an Existing Coop
Protect your chickens during moving day by cleaning out their new home so leftover pests and diseases from the former tenants don’t make them sick.

05/27/2015   

Chickens Won’t Eat Everything …
Despite their voracious appetites, there’s a short list of things that your masters of pest control will not eat. Top of the list: ants.

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Rachel Hurd Anger
Metropolitan living often means big dreams are short on space. On a small lot in Louisville, Ky., writer Rachel Hurd Anger is raising chickens, a rescue dog, two cats, and a family. Tales of her self-sustaining great-grandmothers awakened her inner chicken farmer, and now, her small flock charms her small space, as only they can do.

 

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