• Chicken Poultry Breeding Tips

    First Tip: If you are interested in exhibiting chickens you need to do your homework first. Go to local show and pay close attentin to the type and quality of the birds. Talk with judges and exhibitors who are willing to share their knowledge with you.

  • Chicken Poultry Secrets

    Time spent for preparing the new chickens is most crucial in the first seven to ten days after placement. It is hard to pinpoint problems but there is direct relationship between chicken performance and how they will perform during the lay cicle. Take a closer look at the secrets behind breeding chicken poultry.

  • Fun Facts About Chickens

    Did you know that there are more chicken on this world than any other bird species? Read more about this and bunch of other facts about chickens

  • How many interesting things you know about chickens?

    Here is a list of 10 interesting facts that you didn't know

    There are so many things that I didn’t know about chickens. Once I found out bunch of interesting facts, I have decided to make nice post and share them with you. I can bet that you didn’t know anything from this list!

    Fact 1: Chickens were probably the first domesticated birds for the purpose of cockfights and not as food

    Fact 2: Chickens can fly! Yes, they can get airborne, fly over a fence or into a tree

    Fact 3: They eat both seeds and insects meaning that they are omnivores. They even eat small mice and lizards

    Fact 4: There are about 25 billion of chickens in the world, more than any other bird species

    Fact 5: Baby chickens are called chicks. Female chickens are called pullets until they are old enough to lay eggs - then we call them hens. Male chickens are on the other hand called roosters or cocks.

    Fact 6: A rooster will announce to the flock that he had found food with a sound but hens won’t pay attention if they already know where the food is.

    Fact 7: Hen will mate with many different roosters but if she decides, she can eject sperm of specific rooster. This occurs when the male is lower in pecking order.

    Fact 8: 51.4 billion chickens are artificially hatched in incubators every year globally

    Fact 9: The chicken was the very first bird to have its genome sequenced in 2004

    Fact 10: Bird flu is extremely contagious and can make chickens very sick and it will kill 90-100% of the flock in just 48 hours