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The amount of space you have for your birds is almost more important than the type of coop, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes. Here's a handy chart to help you plan.
It's not too early to be thinking about your Thanksgiving turkey, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes. Here's some tips for tracking down a tasty, local bird.
Winter is coming, and with it, the potential for lower egg production. Luckily, it's easy and cheap to fix by adding lights to your coop, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes.
Is your hen acting strangely? Making funny noises? Pecking at your hand? You probably have a broody hen, blogger Dale Wheelock writes. Here's how to turn that into an advantage.
What does it take to raise an award-winning bird? Beth Tallon follows her father, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock, at the Rock County 4-H Fair to find out.
Community blogger Dale Wheelock offers some handy tips for finding and formulating feed for your fowl.
If you farm birds for long enough, you'll butt heads with predators, community blogger Dale Wheelock writes. Follow this advice to keep your birds safe.
If you have burning questions about raising backyard chickens, you can Ask a Poultry Farmer in person next week.
Keep your chicken safe—and your clothes clean—with these tips on bird carrying from community blogger Dale Wheelock.
Dale Wheelock offers more tips on determining the sex of poultry, including turkeys, geese, ducks and guineas.
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