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  • Fire in a Chicken Coop

    Chicken Coop Fire

    We were sent this story from Dave and Linda, ChickenGuard owners from ‘way up in the Ozark Mountains’, they’d had a terrible fire in their coop. And sadly many of their chickens died as a result. “On February 16 of this year we had a weather forecast of 10 degrees below zero with a foot

  • Chicken of the Month 2021

    February 2021 – Chicken of the Month

    Here are the results of our latest Chicken of the Month competition. It was one of the closest we have ever run. First and second place were seperated by just 2 votes. Thanks to everyone who entered and for everyone who voted. We’ll be running another competition sometime soon for March. Keep you eyes tuned

  • Can Chickens Live Alone?

    Usually, when you hear people talk about having chickens, it’s in the plural. Not just one chicken. But what if you’re limited by cost or space and don’t want to squeeze multiple birds into a small area? Or perhaps you had a few birds but most have died leaving one left on its own. Read
  • Chicken of the Month Chicken Guard the Worlds Best Auto Coop Openers

    January 2021 – Chicken of the Month

    Here are the results of the first Chicken of the Month competition of 2021. Thanks to everyone who entered and for everyone who voted. We’ll be running another competition sometime soon for February. Keep you eyes tuned in to our Facebook page so you don’t miss it. You can still get your  2021 Chicken of

  • Do Chickens Have a Sense of Smell?

    Our domesticated feathered friends don’t rely on their noses as much as their sight in terms of their survival instincts, but more and more studies have begun to indicate that a chicken’s sense of smell may be better than we previously assumed. In this compre-hen-sive post, we’ll be outlining some key facts surrounding chickens and
  • Can Chickens Swim?

    Chickens may not be the first animal that comes to mind when thinking about water, but the swimming abilities of these distinct farm animals may surprise you. Despite their lack of waterproof feathers, chickens can indeed swim safely in shallow water for a short length of time while supervised. Whether you’re a chicken owner or
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