Chickens can eat a wide variety of foods from your kitchen, but there are some foods to avoid. Read about those foods on our blog.
Read about the difference between a chicken coop and run. We also discuss points to consider when deciding where to put your coop and run.
Keeping waterfowl healthy is easy with proper care. But knowing about the three most common illnesses in waterfowl may help if yours get sick.
If you experience the loss of your young chicks, Meyer Hatchery is here to help. Read about many common health issues that happen in chicks.
Chickens can lay weird eggs at times. Read about things that may affect your flock’s egg quality and what you can do about it.
Let’s take a look at what exactly is coccidia and how to diagnose an infection in your poultry, and how to best deal with an infection.
We’ve compiled a list of our favorite chicken names heard from Meyer Hatchery customers. Check out this list for chicken name inspiration.
Wild birds in your chicken coop can bring diseases and parasites to your flock, Read how to deter wild birds from gathering in your coop.
Learn what causes common hatching egg issues from incubating, hatching failures & how to troubleshoot your incubator and hatching procedure.
If you have chickens, they probably have worms. Read about what to do about worms in your flock and why you would worm them.
We take a closer look at two of the most popular “red” breeds and compare the Rhode Island Reds and New Hampshire Reds.
Keep your chickens from getting bored with our ideas for enrichment activities to help prevent aggressive behavior.
We’ve picked the best chicken breeds for foraging and free ranging on your homestead. Some breeds are even known for evading predators.
Some hens go broody in winter, Read some points to consider before letting your broody hen have some eggs to hatch during winter.
The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has changed us all in different ways. Read Linda’s reasons why her chickens became priceless to her and her family.
The Meyer Meal Maker free chick program and you have made a huge difference for many in 2020. Read some of our favorite giving stories.
How do chickens stay warm in winter? You may be surprised to learn that they don’t need supplemental heat in their coop!
Learn how to make this dazzling chicken themed egg ornament to add some sparkle to your holiday decorating.