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If you live in the South in a hot climate, where you deal with heat and humidity on a regular basis, then you should have all sorts of safeguards in place to keep your backyard flock cool in the summertime.

You likely raise heat-tolerant breeds, and your coop is probably very well-ventilated and set in a shady area. You might have fans or even air conditioning running in your coop.

Summer means salads. Not only leafy green salads, but also mayonnaise-based cold salads. Egg salad, potato salad, shrimp sala...
The sad fact of the matter is that free ranging your chickens and ducks always carries risks with it and eventually is probably going ...
Summer is in full swing as we experienced temperatures into the mid-80s this past week, which is about as hot as it usually gets here i...
"If you love pancakes, you are going to love this recipe for these cute mini pancake muffins with chocolate chips.  Perfect ...
Baby ducklings are like any other babies and need lots of nutrients, vitamins and minerals to help them grow up to be strong an...
Baby chicks are like any other babies and need lots of nutrients, vitamins and minerals to help them grow up to be strong and hea...
It's hard to believe that a mere few weeks ago, there was snow on the ground. I kid you not... we often get snow in May here in...
I thought this uniquely sweet recipe with it's fun little name and pops of vibrant blue color - verging on red in spots - throug...