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Poultry expert Dale Wheelock goes live on air to set the record straight on backyard chickens.
When the average person is at a poultry show and looks at the birds they think, "Those are birds, alright." But there's much more to it than that, poultry columnist Dale Wheelock writes.
Dale ends up with egg on his face after changing the feed for his chickens.
Heading for the farmers market in search of poultry? Here are some buying tips from longtime bird farmer Dale Wheelock.
Here are five steps to take when preparing for your baby birds.
Looking for a place to buy and sell chickens, turkeys and waterfowl? A traditional swap meet is your best bet, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes. Lucky for readers, a great local meet is right around the corner.
You don't have to spend a lot of money to build new digs for baby chicks, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes. A cardboard box will do just fine.
It takes only about three hours for eggs to freeze when the temperature hovers around zero, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes.
Youth and adults who are going to show birds in 2015 need to order chicks now, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes.
With this cold snap, keep an eye on single-comb chickens for signs of frozen combs, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes.
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