All Orders Include Free Shipping in the Continental US! Lumber prices have soared by 350% in the past 12 months,and they continue to rise! That is why, regrettably, we must increase the price for coops $50 to $100 on Mon. May 17.
With the spring season approaching, it's almost time to start thinking about raising chicks! Choosing a breed that's right for you is an important first step in beginning your journey of raising chickens.Continue Reading
Have you noticed your hens shedding their feathers and slowing egg production? These changes may signal that they are beginning to molt. While the sight of a molting chicken might be alarming, it is a completely normal and harmless process.Continue Reading
One of the most rewarding pleasures of raising chickens is watching them express their natural behaviors in your own backyard. An EZ way to encourage your hens to unleash their wild side is to provide environmental enrichments for your flock, such as dust bathing stations. Continue Reading
While most chicken breeds adapt well to the cold, when winter brings cold, wet, snowy weather, your flock may be more susceptible to developing frostbite. Avoid and prevent frostbite in your flock by understanding it and the conditions that make it possible.
If your flock is limited to a coop or run, you have probably witnessed your chickens show signs of boredom. Boredom caused by coop fever can easily be alleviated by using some of these simple boredom hacks! Continue Reading