Category Archives: Chickens

7 Reasons Why Chickens Stop Laying Eggs

7 Reasons Why Chickens Stop Laying Eggs

Have you ever visited the chicken coop only to find out there are no eggs? Disappointing, I say. It even makes you anxious and worried. However, is it really something you should focus your attention to? If so, is there anything you can do about it? Honestly, the answer to the question differs. But basically, […]

10 FAQs about Raising Backyard Chickens

10 FAQs about Raising Backyard Chickens

I love talking about everything related to raising backyard chickens. I mean, obviously, these feathered animals not only produce fresh and organic eggs, but they also bring life to a dull and boring yard. Obviously, it’s not just the interesting stories that entice urban adventures into backyard chicken farming. It’s also the health benefits that […]

5 Mistakes Committed by Chicken Owners

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In general, raising chickens may look easy. Even if you don’t have enough experience taking good care of these animals, I am sure it’ll be easy for you to learn basic chicken care. However, that does not exempt you from committing mistakes. Just like me and other poultry farmers, we’ve done a lot of mistakes. […]

Enjoy Raising Backyard Chickens with Kids

Enjoy Raising Backyard Chickens with Kids-min

For many, keeping backyard chickens while raising kids is a completely daunting experience. They think it’s difficult to handle both activities given the limited time we have every day. But for me, I think it’s the most rewarding and enjoyable thing a parent can do. When chickens and kids go together, lots of things are […]

What to Feed Your Backyard Chickens

What to Feed Your Backyard Chickens

‘Aside from providing them a comfy chicken coop with roosting perches and all, how do I make sure my backyard chickens stay healthy and happy?’ This is a question frequently asked to me by many starting poultry farmers. Thankfully, my experience in this industry provided me with right knowledge to answer such. Long ago, chickens […]

Why Use Roosting Bars in a Chicken Coop?

Why Use Roosting Bars in a Chicken Coop

Because most chicken coops for sale in Sydney come with roosting bars, my avid followers often ask me why these fixtures are important. Honestly, I didn’t have any idea about it until after my research and of course, after asking various experts. So in hopes of enlightening everyone about its uses and importance, I came […]

A Guide to Preparing Chickens for Winter

A Guide to Preparing Chickens for Winter

As the days become shorter and the temperatures begin to drop, you must not forget that your chickens have special needs, too. In preparation for the winter season, you must do several things to ensure your flock stays warm throughout those cold months. Here in Australia, it gets really cold from June to August. To […]

Popular Egg-Laying Breeds in Australia

Popular Egg-Laying Breeds in Australia

Every day, I meet lots of people with different concerns. While some complain about the simplest things like how to naturally deter predators, others ask about what other things they need to use or purchase to become more productive in the world of poultry farming. Of course, it’s my pleasure to entertain such queries. That […]

Useful Accessories for Your Chicken Coop

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Does your chicken coop lack entertainment value for your flock? Or does it need some kind of modifications to make it look more alive and fun? Are you scared of spending your hard-earned cash for something Well, that issue is nothing new to most poultry farmers. But this does not mean you must panic. Nowadays, […]

Fox-Proof Your Chicken Coop with These Tips

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Ever since I’ve discovered my odd fascination about anything related to pets, I’ve met lots of individuals confessing and sharing their experiences about raising animals. Sometimes, I find their stories all the same. Still, there are those that really capture my attention, making me want to explore further and widen my knowledge. I know. You […]