Farm: Product Reviews, Ratings and Buying Guides

During the cold winter months you want your feathered birds to be warm and protected from frostbite. Investing in a heater is the solution for your chicken coop so they’re well looked after. Searching for the best chicken coop heaters? Our product review will help you out. We’ve put together five of the best ...

If eggs are more than just a breakfast staple for you, then you are familiar with the importance of owning an egg incubator for hatching chickens or other exotic birds. Unless, of course, you have a broody hen ready to sit and hatch you some chicks. Usually, eggs can withstand abuse but not variations in the ...

Having chickens can be a great way to get access to fresh eggs in the home. It’s good for the environment and some people even rescue hens that stop producing as regularly from the poultry industry. Lots of people love having chickens running around in the garden but they need a coop too. We’ve reviewed the best ...

A chicken feeder is an essential item to consider for any chicken farmer, and whether you're an experienced chicken raiser and breeder or just breaking in raising chicken, finding the best chicken feeder is no easy task. There are several types of chicken feeders available on the market and you need to look at the ...

When it comes to chicken feed, you need quality to know you’re taking care of your chickens from the inside out. Looking for the best chicken feed? We’ll help you know the right one to buy according to your chickens’ needs. We’ve put together a list of the eight of the best chicken feeds on the market. Our Editor’s ...

Any chicken owner has a responsibility to provide their flock with the essentials of life: food, water, and shelter. Providing your chickens with clean water is essential in maintaining their overall health, and chicken waterers can come in various shapes and styles to suit different situations. This guide will take a ...

Do you have chickens? If so, chances are high that they are winter-hardy breeds. These breeds are great at getting used to cold weather fairly quickly. They can go for several hours at a time without drinking water. If their water even freezes over at the top, these chickens can peck and break through the thin layer ...

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