Articles about breed
Chantecler chickens are heralded as Canada's only Heritage rare chicken breed. Practically, these chickens are as cold hardy as any get. Thriving, productive and laying eggs well on the shortest days with no additional light is a big attraction of the breed. No frostbite on large combs, and thick downy feathers leads to feed savings too. If you want to see and hear more about the prettiest Chantecler, the Partridge Chantecler, read on.
If you have never heard of these rare and beautiful bantam chickens, and are researching suitable heritage chicken breeds for your homestead, farm or backyard, you are in for a treat. Find out why these are the bantams you will love!
Wheaten Ameraucanas are my favorite heritage green or blue egg-laying chicken breed. Every flock should have one or two blue or olive green egg-laying hens to make a pretty rainbow of eggs. The Wheaten Ameraucanas are the whole package. Sweet, gentle, absolutely gorgeous with their fluffy cream beards, and they regularly lay lovely blue eggs.
Baby chicks are cute anytime, but where there are just a handful of Euskal Oiloak chicks in North America, they are even more precious. If you have been reading about the elusive heritage chicken breed, the Basque Hen on the poultry forums and want to know more about these extremely rare chicks, read on.
So you think you want start keeping chickens in the garden for your own organic free range eggs? Here are the some of the surprises we have had keeping rare heritage poultry breeds. Most are good surprises. If you want an insight into keeping chickens and to learn from our experience, read on!
Pet chickens? For a small friendly pet to provide ongoing fresh food, company and entertainment, you can do no better than a pet chicken. It is surprising the lowly chicken, dismissed as a barnyard animal, a factory-farmed bird, can be loved and provide enjoyment for so many families.
People have many questions when deciding between heritage chicken breeds. Many books and articles have very little to say about a poultry breeds temperament and how enjoyable they are to keep. We having over 40 rare chicken breeds we have been able to compare breeds in detail and learn easier ways to care for them. Here is a road-map to all we have written on the breeds, owning and care of chickens and hatching eggs.
Here are some principles of securely wrapping and padding your fertilized chicken, turkey and other poultry eggs for shipping in the mail or courier. If you want to design your own method, using materials you have on hand, here are some ideas for getting started.
You are not alone if you want to eat a free range heritage turkey but are unsure of how to do it. If you are reading this, either you are thinking about cooking a heritage turkey for the next holiday season or are panicking because you have company coming and an enormous turkey thawing in your kitchen! In either case, read on, you'll see heritage turkey cooking is not that difficult and is quite similar to cooking commercial factory farmed turkey with a few key changes.
If you need to know a fast, easy, safe and inexpensive way for packing fertilised chicken eggs for hatching in the incubator, read on. Avoid disappointment for your rare and heritage chicken breed egg buyers and make sure the fertile poultry eggs don't break when shipped and mailed!
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