Rearing chickens can be a nerve racking experience if you are new to it. However, this should not be the case if you have information and a guide to follow. Specifically, you need to have the correct functioning equipment such as a chicken coop and chicken run etc, have clearly set expectations, and the passion for raising chickens.
In this article, we explore what you need to know if you have decided to go on this adventure of rearing chickens in your back garden.
Chickens, chickens, chickens. Beautiful feathered creatures that fill the hearts of homeowners across the United Kingdom. Keeping chickens can be a daunting task, they are well known to ruin people's gardens and then there's always the additional risk of predators getting hold of your beloved chickens. We can help you to reduce the risk of this with our tips and tricks on how to chicken proof your garden.
The ISA Brown chicken breed is one of the most recent breeds of chicken to be introduced in the family of poultry. Within the relatively short duration that it’s been in existence, it’s become one of the most popular breeds among poultry farmers. The most outstanding traits of this bird are its ability to lay nice looking eggs in large numbers and the ability to fit in the family environment. They are medium in size, docile, affectionate, and generally, have a great personality. Let’s take a look at the historical background, temperament, ability to lay eggs as well as whether they are suited the backyard or not.