"I went to the vet in Corrales and the one in the South Valley and I can tell you that the vet in the South Valley was far better. She did a very thorough check up and was very knowledgable about chickens. My chickens are pets and the care they get…"
"I had an ooooold rooster with it for years but he was fairly functional so I didn't realize it until after his death. I had a LOT of chicks come down with it one year. One or two came out of it, the rest I ended up euthanizing…"
"I have 3 Hens;
2 Buff Orpingtons and a Black Australorp.
Our situation is pretty unique > our Backyard is a nearly sterile Wasteland having been ignored for Many years, we introduced the Girls to Poop & Scratch and Scratch & Poop to…"
"They love to scratch and dig, not just for the greens and roots but for bugs. This may sound odd, but they are just as happy scratching and digging in a pile of damp, decomposing leaves as they are in a planting. If that's not workable,…"
"I guess they will have to be satisfied with that! One thing I did was have large pots and those were a little more difficult for them to get in. The added benifit was I would move them occasionally and there were lots of yummy bugs…"
"There is nothing a chicken will leave alone. If it's green, they're going to eat it. :) Your best bet is to fence off whatever garden or plants you have that you want to be able to grow. Then, once the plants start…"
"No Roosters, just three hens, an easter egger, a bramah, and a polish. I am going to put up better fencing but I was hoping someone had some experience with something that would outlast the chicken scratching. They really liked my bell…"
"My girls weren't interested in Tomatoes unless they were Really Small.
This year I'm gunna put up a 4' fence [just the Orange Construction Barrier] to keep them out of the Garden.
What variety of Birds do you have? Rooster/s??