Articles from StarLover21

Although many people may say egg eating is impossible to break, and to just cull the hen, in many cases this is not true.
It’s common for people to give their chickens light in the winter, or even all year round. Some chicken-owners aren’t so sure. Here’s a look at both sides to help you make a decision.
Advice on how to integrate your chicken flock Integrating your flock can be very difficult is some cases. It’s not as easy as just sticking your chickens together- in most cases. A few times, some docile breeds such as cochins or opringtons will simply adjust, but most chickens require a lot more work. In this article we will discuss the best ways to integrate your flock. Pecking Order It is common knowledge that there is a pecking order amongst all...
Describe 'My Chickens <3 <3' here Today I have six lovely hens! We started with the backyard chicken adventure with three hens, many, many years ago. We still have one of those original hens today! We added a white leghorn, black stars, and most recently, an EE and a Silver Laced Wyandotte! Introducing...Luna! This is our original hen, and a giant compared to all our other hens, even our wyandotte! She is a giant sweetheart too, though, our second friendlinest hen! She is a very pretty...
Our chicken adventure started when we moved to Texas about six years ago and got three hens from a local farmer. We later identified them to be a 1 Red Star, 1 Black Star, and 1 Easter Egger. We named them (of course), Luna, Estella, and Apolla. We more resuced them than adopted them- there were several hundred hens packed into a dirt arena. Here is a picture of one of our hens, Luna, when we first got her :( Luna is the only one of our original hens we still have today, at about seven...
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