The once-booming nation is now suffering from Soviet-style product shortages and a mass exodus of citizens fleeing for other South American countries.
Basically, the overall message from society and the media seems to encourage the status quo - even when the status quo is less healthy and riskier...Most people don't want anyone else to change. Misery loves company. People would rather drag others
Baby chicks…they're adorable, fluffy, and incredibly delicate! Despite their fragility, they're actually pretty simple to raise.
Mississippi-based Sanderson Farms throws hissy fit over Perdue announcement; says antibiotic-laden chicken is no different from natural chicken. Following in Perdue's lead, other major chicken producers like Tyson Foods and Foster Farms have promise
Does anyone know someone who would like to adopt two old tom turkeys? They don't need much but water and feed. If you know someone who can provide similar conditions and would like to enjoy their beauty and personalities please have them contact me
(NaturalNews) A major species of malaria-carrying mosquito avoids the smell of chickens, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia, published in Malar
Bill Gates' philanthropic efforts are usually greeted with near-universal praise from people who believe he is a great humanitarian, but Bill Gates knows very little about sustainable, intelligent development.
Bill and Melinda Gates donated 100,000 chickens to African families who live on less than $2 a day.
Super-rich Microsoft founder claims 'anyone living in extreme poverty is better off if they have chickens'
The food industry has been breeding larger chickens to meet rising demand for white meat, and it's resulting in an unwanted side effect.
The income one earns is taxed say 25 percent. Making that $2.5/dozen eggs hits like $3.125.
Could feeding chickens their version of probiotic yogurt be the solution to our antibiotic-resistant superbug woes? Researchers think so, and some feed developers are jumping at the chance to offer such an alternative.
Over the last few months, more than 15 million chickens and turkeys have been infected with a deadly form of avian influenza, according to the latest numbers from the Department of Agriculture, and the country's bird disease experts can't figure
Raising chickens has a lot of benefits. The most obvious is the fact that you get free eggs that are much healthier than "store bought". And if you're after the meat, you can be certain that what you serve to your family is fresh and safe.
A few weeks back there was a post here about how "you" experience life. Well, I said I build things sometimes.
It came, it conquered, and it left without so much as a burp.
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Uncle Sam Expects You to Keep Hens and Raise Chickens
Even in the wake of a town-issued cease-and-desist order, Kathleen Mormino ? the self-proclaimed "Chicken Chick" ? isn't about to give up her chickens despite not possessing the required acreage on which to raise them.
Chickens: pretty good. Do we need to improve them? Maybe.
A California proposition set to go into effect at the beginning of 2015 is at the center of a lawsuit from five states.
Has anyone seen that there is a proposal in the state legislature to make backyard chickens a constitutional right for the entire state of Az?
One of the first steps our family took toward living a more sovereign lifestyle was the ownership of chickens for meat and egg production. These creatures are easy to care for, a joy to have around, and they eat all sorts of little pests that could
Ever had a couple of chickens to pluck, and don't want to spend hours pulling out the pin feathers one by one???
Once a chicken is killed, the next step in the meat bird process is to remove all of the feathers.
An estimated 278 people in 18 states have been sickened in a salmonella outbreak linked to chicken produced in California, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Monday.
I was encouraged by both the feeling that the skills might become a necessity in the future and the potential to control the quality of the food. I’d have to say though that the quality is why I continue doing it.