These are just a few of the cute, funny, naughty or just plain weird things our chickens have been getting up to which have featured in the newsletter over the years.

Broody Hen adopts a baby Jackdaw

2017-07-15T01:08:51+00:00

Sue : I wonder if your readers would find this interesting? We all know broody hens are amazing but this seemed exceptional to me. A baby jackdaw came down our chimney and one of

Broody Hen adopts a baby Jackdaw 2017-07-15T01:08:51+00:00

Rooster Talk

2017-06-13T13:16:25+00:00

Graham : I had an interesting observance here recently. I usually work on the premise that whatever happens to come my way, be it detrimental or beneficial, has undoubtedly happened to thousands of others also,

Rooster Talk 2017-06-13T13:16:25+00:00

Death Defying and Prophesising – Famous Performing Chickens

2017-06-04T22:55:34+00:00

Tadah! There has never been a shortage of people prepared to tell you their predictions - particularly around election time - but it doesn't happen often that a chicken gets taken seriously as a

Death Defying and Prophesising – Famous Performing Chickens 2017-06-04T22:55:34+00:00

Bad Banty

2017-04-02T23:43:15+00:00

Nancy : Dear Gina and Readers, I could tell many stories of my hens' ability to communicate with their keeper (me) but I'd like to share one dramatic one which happened just a few

Bad Banty 2017-04-02T23:43:15+00:00

Chicken Bailout Plan

2017-04-02T23:43:15+00:00

Before you jump to conclusions, let me assure you that extravagant executive bonuses will not be a concern; the Happiest Chicken CEO (fondly known as Big Mama, No Feathers or less respectfully as Mother

Chicken Bailout Plan 2017-04-02T23:43:15+00:00

The Puppy Sitting Pullet

2017-04-02T23:43:15+00:00

Willie & Barbara Bell : Gina attached are shots of a pullet puppy sitting 6 Great Pyrineese puppies, she has been with them since three days old. They are now 28 days old and

The Puppy Sitting Pullet 2017-04-02T23:43:15+00:00

Chicken Rearing 101

2017-04-02T23:43:15+00:00

Capon: A castrated male used for meat. [How much could that yield?] Pullet: A female chicken under one year old. Hen: A female chicken over one year of age Rooster: A male chicken over

Chicken Rearing 101 2017-04-02T23:43:15+00:00