Chickens have a wide variety of parasites, including the gape worm, or gapeworm. Read more about how to detect and deal with it.
Molting chickens need nutritional support while they replace their feathers each fall. Feeding high-protein treats helps them while molting.
Chickens can become infested with mites that can cause health problems for a flock. Learn how to deal with mites in your flock.
Fly control in your chicken coop and run is important for happy neighbors and healthy chickens. We share some best practices for fly control.
Calcium is one of several important nutrients for laying hens to produce strong eggshells. Read about if, how and why to supplement your hens.
Chickens sometime develop overgrown beaks for a few reasons. Read how to care for a chicken that has an overgrown beak and why it happens.
An egg bound hen is a serious condition that may require your help. Learn what to do if you have a hen that is egg bound.
Chickens can harbor a few types of diseases that can make people sick. Read about those diseases and how to prevent illness.
Chicken health is important, and Vet Rx is a great product to have on hand for lots of different uses within your flock.
Feather loss in chickens is something every flock owner deals with. Read why your hen may have feather loss and what to do about it.
Pecking among chickens is somewhat normal, but needs to be stopped. Learn about causes and solutions for pecking within your poultry flock.
Roosters and hens both can have spurs, small nail-like growths on the shank. Read on how and why you may need to trim spurs in chickens.
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.
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.
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.
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.
If you have chickens, they probably have worms. Read about what to do about worms in your flock and why you would worm them.