Learn about incubating and hatching quail eggs to add a sustainable meat and egg supply to your homestead with Meyer Hatchery. Quail eggs are generally easier than chicken eggs to incubate and hatch at home.
Cooking old birds after their egg laying life is over is a money-saving option. Old birds take some care to cook into an enjoyable meal. Meyer Hatchery helps you with how.
The Meyer Hatchery book of the month for February is First Time Chicken Keeping by Andy Schneider and Bridget McCrea, Ph.D. It’s a great book for first-timers as well as experienced poultry keepers.
Meyer Hatchery has 4 reasons why brooding chicks, ducks, turkeys, geese and other young poultry together in the same space is not a good idea.
The Red Broilers enjoy foraging and have pleasant personalities for being a group of roosters. They are less messy than Cornish cross meat birds.