Category Archives for Blog Posts

Discover All The Different Types Of Chickens!

Discover All The Different Types Of Chickens!

You’ve probably heard the age old quandary: what came first, the chicken or the egg; but have you ever stopped to think of just how many types of chickens there are in the world? There are hundreds of

Continue reading
The Various Benefits Of Homegrown Chicken

The Various Benefits Of Homegrown Chicken

If you have ever considered raising your chickens, you will find that it is a rather educational experience. Farming is one of the main subsistence activities for all human beings, and that includes raising

Continue reading
Hatching Chicken Eggs: A Guide For Beginner Farmers

Hatching Chicken Eggs: A Guide For Beginner Farmers

It has already been established that chickens and eggs which are raised at home are superior in just about every way in another one of our articles. In this one, we will be providing some advice for beginner

Continue reading
Incubation 101: How To Find The Right Environment

Incubation 101: How To Find The Right Environment

While chickens are great at hatching eggs naturally, there's no better option than an incubator machine. It gives the user a sufficient amount of control over their eggs and their hatch rate. Because of

Continue reading
Incubators: And Reasons Why You Should Get One

Incubators: And Reasons Why You Should Get One

In this short post, we'll discuss the difference between using a chicken egg incubator and brooding. Also, we'll discuss the pros and cons of each method to give you a greater understanding of how each

Continue reading
Baby Chickens can be friendly & fun

How To Socialize Baby Chickens To Be Friendly & Fun

Before you decide to incubate some chicken eggs, you need to know the proper way of teaching your chicks to socialize. You don’t want to be the farmer that has chickens who peck humans on site. In

Continue reading
Egg and chicken

General Rules To Abide When Hatching Chicken Eggs

Hatching chicken eggs is a delicate process that requires 100% of your attention. One wrong step in the chicken egg handling process can cause a whole batch to go bad. If you’re not one to pay attention

Continue reading