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Ask the Expert: Waterers

Do you have a question about poultry waterers? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert: Odd Breeds

Do you have a question about odd and unique poultry breeds? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert: Roosters

Do you have a question about roosters? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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The Scoop on Using Prebiotics and Probiotics for Chickens
March 15, 2019 · · Feed & Health

Add to Favorites When chicken keepers get their birds, they often wonder what to feed chickens. It’s probably the first question most newcomers ask. They naturally concentrate on commercial feed …

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A Guide to Getting New Chicks

Add to Favorites Whether you’re starting a new flock or expanding one, spring is the time when people start to have baby chicks on the mind. It’s good to do …

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10 Common Mistakes New Poultry Owners Make With Chicks
March 14, 2019 · · Chickens 101

Most of the mistakes people make when starting out with baby chicks can easily be avoided with a little advanced preparation. Here are 10 typical errors and how to avoid them.

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What to Look for When Buying Baby Chicks
March 14, 2019 · · Chickens 101

Add to Favorites So you find yourself at the feed store staring at a bin full of cheeping, peeping adorable balls of fluff and are rendered incapable of leaving without …

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Healthy Poultry Feed: Satisfying Supplements
February 26, 2019 · · Feed & Health

Add to Favorites Raw Oats or Cornmeal Adding a bit of raw oats or ground cornmeal to your chicks’ feed can help prevent pasty butt, an affliction most common in shipped chicks that …

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Ask the Expert: Chicken Skeletal System

Do you have a question about chickens skeletal system? You’re not alone! Look inside for questions and answers from other poultry owners.

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Ask the Expert — June/July 2015

Ask our poultry experts about your flock’s health, feed, production, housing and more! Please note that although our team has dozens of years of experience, we are not licensed veterinarians. For serious life and death matters, we advise you to consult with your local veterinarian.

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