Posts Tagged ‘microflock’

MPC Folks and Their Flocks of Chickens November 18, 2016 No Comments

Whether you are new to My Pet Chicken, new to chickens, a chicken breeder, or an old pro, you’re probably very interested to learn about the flocks of other people as soon as you hear someone say they have chickens. Flock of chickens, you say? Tell me more! Sometimes people ask me what I have […]

Chicken Math – Blessing or Curse? July 25, 2014 34 Comments

Chicken math: it’s sort of an inside joke with chicken keepers. It goes something like this:You get approval from your significant other to get just a small flock–maybe five chickens, tops! How do you get to five? Well, first you need two chocolate layers. Then you need two blue layers. So far so good. But you notice […]

Microflock: Top 7 Pet Chicken Breed Choices June 7, 2013 43 Comments

If you have a microflock—meaning an exceptionally small flock of three to five hens—you have to be selective with your breed choices if you want to be able to gather enough eggs to supply your family. Some towns tightly restricts on the number of hens you can keep to just three or five, so you […]