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By Happy Hen Treats
Chickens can be used to help maintain and strengthen the health of your garden.  Having a flock of chickens in your backyard is beneficial in several ways. A single chicken can bio recycle about seven pounds of food residuals in a month.

By trevor
Complete "New Range" of the Chickens Kitchen Co-Ordinate Collection.

By SolarFieldsUK
As energy bills look to go up yet again – the ‘big six’ recently announced energy hikes ranging from under 4% to almost 11% – one investment-savvy chicken farm in Wales will be enjoying reduced electricity bills this winter.

By Duchy College
SOUTHWEST POULTRY ACADEMY “Investing in the next generation of egg and broiler producers” Launch of the Apprenticeship Programme – Wednesday 23rd October – 4pm Colliton Barton Training Centre, East Devon The south west poultry academy has been...

By The Organic View Radio Show
Organic farmer and activist, author, Joel Salatin, discusses his best-selling book, Holy Cows & Hog Heaven: The Food Buyer's Guide To Farm Friendly Food, with June Stoyer, host of The Organic View Radio Show.

By The Organic View Radio Show
Organic farmer and activist, author, Joel Salatin, discusses his best-selling book, Folks, This Ain't Normal, with June Stoyer, host of The Organic View Radio Show.

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By Happy Hen Treats
Chickens can be used to help maintain and strengthen the health of your garden.  Having a flock of chickens in your backyard is beneficial in several ways. A single chicken can bio recycle about seven pounds of food residuals in a month.

By trevor
Complete "New Range" of the Chickens Kitchen Co-Ordinate Collection.

By SolarFieldsUK
As energy bills look to go up yet again – the ‘big six’ recently announced energy hikes ranging from under 4% to almost 11% – one investment-savvy chicken farm in Wales will be enjoying reduced electricity bills this winter.

By Duchy College
SOUTHWEST POULTRY ACADEMY “Investing in the next generation of egg and broiler producers” Launch of the Apprenticeship Programme – Wednesday 23rd October – 4pm Colliton Barton Training Centre, East Devon The south west poultry academy has been...

By Strategic Book Group
Filled with laughs and life’s challenges, people of all ages can relate to "Revenge of the Cannibal Chickens," but especially boys ages 8 to 12. Who’s chicken?

By Best Urban Chciken Coops
What makes a good urban chicken coop? Raising chickens in urban settings is making a comeback, find out why.

By Princeton Montessori School
Eighteen baby chickens recently arrived at Princeton Montessori School to much excitement. The students will learn about the life cycle of chickens as they see these babies grow into adults, lay eggs, and hatch more babies.

By Andrew Hinkinson-Hodnett
The chickens really are up to something this time, Mrs Tweedy. Between 250,000 and half a million households in the UK alone keep hens in their gardens and backyards as pets. And the numbers are going up. Now they're going hi-tech!

By The Organic View Radio Show
Organic farmer and activist, author, Joel Salatin, discusses his best-selling book, Holy Cows & Hog Heaven: The Food Buyer's Guide To Farm Friendly Food, with June Stoyer, host of The Organic View Radio Show.

By The Organic View Radio Show
Organic farmer and activist, author, Joel Salatin, discusses his best-selling book, Folks, This Ain't Normal, with June Stoyer, host of The Organic View Radio Show.

By Atomic Chimp Games
Atomic Chimp Games has announced today that “Kick’n Chick’nz: Medieval Karnival”, one of the most original, funny and entertaining games made for the iPhone and iPad, is now available on the App Store.

By Edwin Lloyd
The UK’s leading online green store reported its best ever overall sales figures last month. These included a resurgence of enquiries about products used to produce food at home.

By Claire Warrington
When thinking of hatching your own eggs there are certain steps you must take to ensure that your hatching is successful as it can be. If you are sourcing your eggs from a supplier,

By Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc.
With The Complete Guide to Poultry Breeds: Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply, author Melissa Nelson tells readers everything they need to consider before purchasing a turkey, chicken, goose, duck, quail, pheasant, or partridge.

By Chicubes
Chicubes launch their new chicken house. It looks like wood but acts like plastic.

By Digby Merry
El Gallo, a black Castellano cockerel, is for sale for 245000 euros. This may seem expensive but he c omes with 5 hens and his home which is a 250 sq. metre renovated farmhouse with 26,000 sq. metres of land in Granada, Spain so he is a bargain.

By Claire Warrington
Once your egg has hatched and has been left in the incubator until it is dry and standing, you will need to transfer the chick to a small, dry area that has a heat lamp

By Claire Warrigton
The Dorking chickens breed is said to have originated in Italy and it was introduced to Britain around the time of Julius Caesar.

By Claire Warrington
Chickens will need extra care in the winter months and you will notice that egg production decreases dramatically as the day’s become shorter and the temperatures drop.

By Mark, RehomingBatteryHens.co.uk
What I'm about to reveal is not earth shattering news! You already know that the world is going through tough economic times at the moment. EVERYONE is affected in someway as the cost of living goes up and wages are either frozen or going down.

By Claire Warrington
The Bantam variety of chicken is a small chicken and the name comes originally from the city of Bantam.

By Claire Warrington
Chickens need to have their own space and the in the chicken coops no exception. Chickens outdoors need at least 2 square feet.

By Claire Warrington
Chicken parasites can affect your flock at any time and must be treated as soon as spotted to ensure the chickens stay fit and healthy and that parasites don’t spread to the rest of your flock.

By Claire Warrington
A lot of food can be wasted when feeding chickens and it is always better to provide chickens with food in a feeder instead of simply dropping it on the floor, in the winter months especially, food will become wasted.

By Claire Warrington
The Silkie is a very popular bird and they are known to make excellent mothers, they are also extremely friendly birds and are ideal for children.

By Claire Warrington
The Sussex bird continues to be a popular breed and is mainly popular for backyard chicken keeping.

By Claire Warrington
Chicks need special care when they first hatch and because they can't regulate their own body temperature, they will need artificial heat.

By Claire Warrington
Chickens can and do suffer from diseases and it is important that you are vigilant to any signs and symptoms.

By Claire Warrington
The Sussex breed of chicken is a very popular breed and has been arpound for many years. The Sussex chicken is also even tempered and docile making it a great pet.

By Claire Warrington
Mr William Cook from Kent was the original breeder of Orpington Chickens and his aim was to breed a productive and beautiful chicken, he began breeding the birds in the 1800’s

By Claire Warrington
Hatching your own eggs and selling them can be lucrative but you must obtain your eggs from a reputable breeder

By Claire Warrington
Araucana chickens are a popular breed and are divided from other breeds by their characteristic blue egg and fo this reason are very popular.

By Claire Warrington
You need to make sure you choose the right chicken coop and the chicken coop you buy needs to reflect how many chickens you are planning to keep.

By B Lloyd, Junari Ltd
UK poultry supplies retailer Omlet adds Henschool courses to their catalogue of approved training providers

By PRMG
Season For Long Island Game Farm Ends On October 11.

By Ben Lloyd, Junari Ltd
Two Henschool course places offered as September issue competition prizes

By Claire Warrington
Keeping your chickens healthy all through the year is important but in the winter months there are certain things you must do in order to ensure the well being of your chickens

By Carrie Eames
Packington Poultry, the Staffordshire-based free-range poultry farm is featured on the BBC2’s Hairy Bikers Food Tour of Britain series.

By Gregory Lee White
Gregory Lee White's new book CLUCKED educates about chicken cruelty while making its readers laugh at the same time.

By Claire Warrington
Growing your own vegetables and being self sufficient has never been popular and there are many ways you can transform your garden.

By Barry Slocombe
Build your own chicken coop! Raise your own chickens! Produce your own eggs! Join the Green revolution in Metro Vancouver, Canada. Make it a family event. Learn and grow together.

By Cedarshield News Roon
The damage caused by Darkling Beetles, Northern White Mites, White Lice, Mice, Rats and heat seeking snakes, is immeasurable to Farmers across our Country. Traditional chemicals don't work and barns are being destroyed every year. Not any more.

By Strategic Book Publishing
All the fowl in the book Mr. Brown’s Garden become parables for children to learn from and to discuss with their parents.

By Kayla
Thoughts on owning & raising chickens by a 12 year old

By Victoria Twead
We all need to read a book that makes us laugh and forget our troubles. Victoria Twead has done exactly that with her hilarious new page-turner. This book bursts with irreverent humour, animals, eccentric characters and Spanish sunshine.

By CityCoops.net
As more people raise backyard chickens in a struggling economy, CityCoops offers several affordable and easy-to-build coop construction plans to help chicken owners give their flock a comfortable and safe place to live.

By Theresa Kummerow, Secretary Bayfield Co Fair
Is your chick certified pullorum free? Did you know that WI State Statutes requires it?

By the artful bloger
Manchester artist Ian Tavill has joined the battle with Jamie Oliver, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, the RSPCA and the animal rights group Compassion in World Farming (CIWF) to get consumers to eat more welfare friendly reared chicken.



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