The December Henny+Roo Box – Perfect for Gifting!


We’re so pleased to release the contents of the Henny+Roo December Box, which hit the stoops of our subscribers this week! The December box is all about the holidays, and features 10 items:

Hen Healer Multi-Purpose Ointment: Temporarily protects and helps support healing of minor cuts, lacerations, scrapes and sores. Keeps affected areas soft and creates a barrier to insects and dirt.

Horizontal Poultry Nipple Waterer: Drip free, leak free design keeps water clean and healthy. Won’t freeze in winter!

Cluckin’ Good Organic Cracked Corn: An excellent source of carbohydrates for energy to help fend off cold weather. Certified organic and GMO-free.

Sweet PDZ Coop Refresher: People, flock, and earth friendly – 100% organic materials used, no other additives.

Travel Tumbler: Keeps hot drinks hot, because, baby, it’s cold outside! Hand wash only.

Deviled Egg Mix: Share your eggs with friends and family, fancy-style.

Hen Greeting Card: Reach out to a friend with an exclusive design from chicken owner and artist Sarah Rosedahl.

Chicken Breed Guide: The editors of Backyard Poultry magazine help you identify which chicken breed is right for your flock. Do you need a breed that is heat-resistant? What size bird do you want to raise? How many eggs can you expect? Your questions, answered.

Chicken Wire Ornament: A subtle take a chicken-themed holiday.

Nesting Box Liner: In every box!


We’ve got extra December boxes available for non-subscription purchases here. The December ships USPS 2-4 day priority mail within 2 business days of order. Buy before December 15 for guaranteed Christmas delivery. What a great way to make her season bright! Happy holidays!

Chicken Keeping Journals and Why You Need One

We’re happy to announce that the January 2019 Henny+Roo Copy of Audios will feature a blank journal where you can record your chicken keeping adventures. If keeping notes about your flock isn’t something you’ve done before, here are a few reasons you may want to start in 2019.

  1. Now you have a cute journal! It’s covered in high-quality linen and imprinted with an adorable chickens in the garden image. That’s reason enough, right?
  2. Because you always forget the breed of that one chicken. Is Edith a Black Austrolorp or a Black Copper Maran? If you had only recorded all of the breeds of the chicks you bought last year…
  3. Because you want to know if this hobby is paying off. Keep track of monthly expenses and egg production to figure out your cost per dozen. Of course, we all know there are many non-quantifiable benefits to chicken keeping (and you can record those too)!
  4. Because you want all of your notes in once place. That poultry first aid kit list you saw online, the name of that one breed that you want to add to your flock next year, the tip for bumblefoot that you know you’ll forget if you don’t write it down…keeping these notes in a journal ensures you can quickly locate the information you’ve been holding onto.

Items you may wish to record:

  • Names
  • Breeds
  • Ages
  • Egg production tracking
  • Incubation info
  • Hatch dates
  • Illnesses
  • Treatments and medication
  • Deaths/culls
  • Observations
  • Photos
  • 4H and show information
  • Projects/repairs
  • To-do lists
  • To-buy lists
  • Seasonal reminders
  • Sketches
  • Wish lists
  • Goal tracking

Audios Co.Active subscribers – you’ll get the 2019 Chicken Keeping Journal in your January boxes.

Not a subscriber? Learn more about our subscription options (no risk/cancel at any time). You’ll also receive our hen-print scarf and 6 items for your flock. Order today!