Wednesday, December 6, 2023
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Tag: Chickens

There are always power struggles in the coop but Eliza Blue reminds her flock, they're all in it together.

Eliza Blue shares a story from back when she still had a rooster and more chickens and chicks than she knew what to do with.

The current egg prices have Julie Geiss especially grateful for the small flock of hens she has at home.

Egg production varies among chicken breeds and is affected by age, daylight hours and feed efficiency. Learn how to optimize your flock's production.

Small-scale egg producers and their consumers should understand good handling practices to ensure food safety when buying or selling farm fresh eggs.

Learn more about the benefits of having poultry in the pasture — for both the poultry and other livestock that might be grazing it.

USDA confirmed five additional cases of virulent Newcastle disease in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, California.

The USDA has confirmed the first case of virulent Newcastle disease in Arizona, discovered in a small flock of pet chickens in Coconino County.

During the government shutdown, 84 cases of virulent Newcastle disease were confirmed, including a case in backyard chickens in Utah County, Utah.

The USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service confirmed virulent Newcastle disease in a second commercial poultry flock in California.