Health & Welfare
We love to sit in our gardens watching our hens enjoy pecking around and experiencing the sun on their wings and it’s a great opportunity
We know that lots of our supporters what to give their hens the best quality of care they can. We also know that a lot
If you’ve adopted hens from us then you know that we ask you to register before you adopt. But do you know why? It’s so we can trace them. We keep on looking out for our hens even after they have left our coop for yours and keep exceptionally robust and accurate records of every hen rehomed.
Hens like all poultry are prey animals and are totally reliant on their keepers to ensure their safety. It is a misconception to think only
With summer fast approaching it means red mites will soon be here! This month we look at how Diatomaceous Earth can help you to keep
May is approaching and Red Mite season is upon us! We look at how Diatomaceous Earth can help you to keep your hens Red Mite
Have you ever wondered what that small bump is at the base of your hen’s tail? That would be the Uropygial Gland! The Uropygial Gland is more commonly known as the ‘oil gland’ or the ‘preen gland’ and it plays an important role in helping your hen to keep her feathers waterproof and in good condition.