"Chickens" Blogs & Blog Posts

Scarecrow's GardenScarecrow's Garden

An online journal of food gardening on the edge of the outback in Australia...

 
Free Range EggsFree Range Eggs

Life on a free range egg farm

 
Melody's doodlesMelody's doodles

The ramblings of an artist, mother of four sons, urban chicken rancher, and...

 


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Cherry trees arch across the street where our youngest daughter and her husband live in Vancouver. The trees are some of those donated in 1958 by the Japanese Consul, Muneo Tanabe, as "an eternal memory of good friendship between our two nations."&nb...

A play inspired by my mother’s adventures with poultry, and described at a workshop as surrealist and existentialist, has won the 2017 Adam New Zealand Play Award. I’m rather chuffed, thank you very much. I’m in Melbourne at the mom...

The Ayam Cemani, an all-black bird indigenous to Indonesia, is the most sought-after chicken on the market right now, but not for its taste. In fact, no one would dare eat these Sith Lord birds.Read more...

When you think of the Internet of Things, do chickens come to mind? Well, for Greg Cullen, the founder and CEO of My Connected Coop, it does. My Connected Coop is an IoT solution for chicken owners that want to find an easier way to raise chickens. A...

I couldn’t tell if this was the plot to Jurassic World 2 or a real story. I mean, the New York Post is reporting it as real, but… come on, are we really this stupid? So, there’s this theory floating around that we can perhaps stri...

Any predators looking to get a taste of some chicken are going to have to taste the rainbow instead. Meet Percival, a three year old peacock and protector of chickens. When faced with the dilemma of protecting your fowl, most farmers default to a tra...

Offal — the edible organs and other trimmings from a livestock animal — gets a bad rap, mostly because of the initial ick-factor associated with the idea of chowing down on a brain, testicle, ear, or tail. The “offal” name certainly hasn’t...