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Think you might be interested in raising a small flock of chickens? Here are some basic considerations for backyard and small-scale producers.

Until they are fully feathered, baby chicks require special care. A quality brooder can optimize growth and ensure good health for your hatchlings.

You picked the stories that interested you the most in Farm and Dairy’s top web stories in 2017. Now, make sure you didn’t miss anything.

Backyard chickens need safe, healthy environments to survive cold weather. There are several ways you can make winter a little easier on your flock.

A new test developed by USDA Agricultural Research Service scientists in College Station, Texas, could make it easier to breed pathogen-resistant chickens.

The National Chicken Council has rolled out a set of industry-wide standards for broiler chicken welfare — the “Chicken Guarantees.”

Safe handling practices with backyard chickens are the key to avoiding Salmonella infection, which may cause diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps.

Backyard chickens can be a great addition to your backyard, but proper care is a must.

Cultured meat is being produced in a laboratory through cell replication, grown in vats much like the equipment used in breweries.

Learn more about the enormous chicken that stumped and amazed Twitter users as they retweeted its video over 30,000 times and liked it over 43,000 times.
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