If your chickens are in confinement, they may need some foot care from time to time. Truth be told, a chicken's foot is much more fragile than you might think. They look scaly and tough, and in most cases, they are pretty hardy. But did you know that all it takes for a chicken to get a fatal foot infection is a puncture wound? So it's important to know what your flock's feet need, and what you should watch for.
We love to keep our chickens in their natural environment but when it rains, things can get a little muddy, so it’s important to keep the chicken run dry. The end of a hot dry summer sometimes means a rainy Autumn. Here, at Henny+Roo, we’ve got a few tricks up our sleeves to help you keep your chickens outdoors and dry during the rainy seasons. So read on to learn how to keep your chickens in their run, and nix the mud this season.