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Bull's Eye! Lessons I Have Learned about Roosters from John Quincy by Lisa Steele, Fresh Eggs Daily We have been keeping chickens for several years, but have always bought sexed chicks so we have never had any roosters. Then this past spring, we hatched our own brood and out of 17 chicks, ten ended up being roosters. We obviously couldn't keep them all - the neighbors would have organized a lynch mob to protest all the crowing and our hens would have had something to say about it too - but I fortunately was able to find good homes for all but an Olive Egger named John Quincy Adams.Read More

Of Power Outages and Baby Chicks

July 6, 2012 10:32:08 AM CDT

by Don Schrider -- This summer of 2012 has turned hot and we on the east coast have been hit hard with storms that have taken the power out for many days at a time. The chickens are surviving this handsomely, needing no electricity as long as they have food, shelter, and water.Read More
Posted in Articles Chicken Articles By Omega Fields

Wild Bill, Rudolph Valentino and Mr. Fugley

September 7, 2011 1:55:07 PM CDT

Celebrating her love of animals and displaying a vivid imagination through photography and creative storytelling, Barbara introduces the first of several original photo essays starring some of her favorite barnyard talent.Read More
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