‘Waterfowl Care Tips’ Archive

Avian Influenza is here: 5 takeaways February 22, 2022 1 Comment

You’ve heard about highly pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in the news unless you’ve been hiding under a rock! Wondering what this means for chicken keepers? Here are five key takeaways.  1. Your flock can’t contract Avian Influenza from My Pet Chicken’s chicks. Let’s address the pink elephant in the room first. Our breeder flocks are […]

A Guide to Building a Chicken First Aid Kit August 17, 2021 1 Comment

Owning a chicken first aid kit for your flock is a must! Let’s face it, no matter what level chicken keeper you are, there will eventually come a day that an illness or accident happens and you will need medical supplies for a member of your flock. As luck will have it, these events notoriously […]

Keeping Geese in Winter: Top 3 Tips November 12, 2020 2 Comments

Are your geese ready for winter? Geese are large, hardy birds that often thrive in cooler weather. But if you keep geese in an area with long, cold winters and plenty of snow, a few steps should be taken to make sure your birds are comfortable. Prepping the coop for winter Like most livestock, geese […]