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How to care for Bumblefoot in chickens.

Bumblefoot (ulcerative pododermatitis) is a Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) bacterial infection in poultry and other birds caused by damage to tissue on their feet.

I accidentally froze a chicken egg with the shell…can I still eat it?

This morning, my mom Googled, “I accidentally placed a chicken egg in the freezer…is it still okay to eat?” (And yes, I am still laughing about this)

Mop Bucket Shenanigans: One Farmer’s Tale of Her Crazy Chickens’ Chosen Nest Box

Sometimes I laugh to think about what must have gone through my Buff Orphington–Lily’s–head the first time she decided to lay in the mop bucket.

Unique Egg Stash

Unique Egg Stash

“I am not sure why the Easter Bunny is a bunny. Chickens are much better at hiding eggs.”

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“Regard it as just as desirable to build a chicken house as to build a cathedral…”

Frank Lloyd Wright left us with this wisdom that beyond the size of any project, its the quality and the charachter of it’s purpose that can turn a coop into a castle. Contact us if you have any questions about joining the movement.