Previous Issues

Spring Edition The latest issue of Chicken Whisperer Magazine is here to help you this season. This issue includes articles about:
  • How to avoid and treat bumblefoot
  • Entering into the wonderful world of show chickens pathogenic avian influenza
  • Six questions—and answers—on chicken-keeping
  • Dealing with cross and scissor beak
  • Choosing the correct feeding program for your flock
  • A review of the Best Nest Box
  • • And helpful insights from Andy Schneider about ordering baby chicks this spring
 
Hardier Than You ThinkThe latest issue of Chicken Whisperer Magazine is now ready to help you with the season’s changes. This edition’s informative topics include:
  • Changing your feed for winter nutritional requirements
  • Preparing your flock for the possibility of highly pathogenic avian influenza
  • Breaking “biosecurity” down to its basic parts
  • Making your chickens’ coop cozy for winter
  • Identifying and treating the insidious Manson’s eyeworm
  • A review of the Henlight solar-powered lighting system
  • And a note from Andy Schneider that new chicken keepers are added every day
 
The latest issue of Chicken Whisperer Magazine is now ready to help you with the season’s changes. This edition’s informative topics include:
  • Understanding your hens’need for fresh, clean water
  • Preparing your flock for fall and beyond
  • Testing the science behind three poultry products
  • Identifying and dealing with scaly leg mites
  • Fall nutritional requirements
  • A review of the Brinsea ChickSafe coop door opener
  • And a reminder of how to keep Salmonella at bay
 
Surviving Summer’s Heat The latest issue of Chicken Whisperer Magazine is now ready to help keep your flock healthy and comfortable this summer. This edition’s topics include:
  • Maintaining an effective “thermoneutral zone”
  • Understanding Exotic Newcastle Disease
  • Chickens and the “circle of life”in the garden
  • Keeping rodents away from your flock
  • Learning the difference between ear canker and other head ailments
  • How being an NPIP participant benefits all flock-keepers
  • A review of The Chicken Swing
  • And a new website to help know if advice you get is “fact or chicken poop”
 

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