Month: May 2018

World No Tobacco Day: Help Eliminate Chicken Illness

Olive Egger Chickens

Thursday, May 31st is World No Tobacco Day– an important cause for all health-conscious people. Each year, the World Health Organization highlights the effects of tobacco such as how it threatens the development of nations and harms the public.  However, many are unaware of the effect that tobacco has on chickens. Cigarettes have long been… Read more »

Better Understanding Mother Hens

Hens, which are chickens that are 1 year old or older, have a lot of responsibility to take on once they start laying eggs. From producing eggs and laying them to caring for their baby chicks and protecting them from predators, they take on a big role as they mature. To celebrate Mother’s Day, check… Read more »

The Meaning Behind Different Colored Chicken Eggs

When you purchase a dozen eggs from the grocery store, all of the eggs are typically the same color. You might get a dozen white eggs or a dozen brown in your carton. But when you take a look at the eggs that are laid by your personal chickens, you will notice that they are… Read more »