Sicilian Buttercup chickens are rare enough in the United States that Jana Wilson is often the only farmer showing her birds at poultry competitions.
In anticipation of Easter next week, we're doing eggs three ways in the podcast. And a local Community Kitchen eagerly awaits spring.
After she feeds her chickens, Gretchen Sigmund Marks uses the burlap feed sacks to make collages.
Before you invest in chickens for your backyard farm, consider what you want to get from them: eggs or meat?
No matter how careful you are, chances are that someday your chickens will be hit by an attack of a predator of some sort or another.
Will my chickens be warm enough in the winter? Sure, as long as they have a dry coop that is well ventilated and plenty of food and water to drink.
It happens in the best of coops: lice and mite infestations. But there are some things you can do to prevent and get rid of these pesky critters.
Milwaukee will begin a one-year trial period for permitting urban chickens starting on July 28.
After the FDA released a new study about the danger of lacing chicken feed with arsenic, Pfzier took 3-Nitro off of the market.
Three farmers use what they've got to water their garden, rebuild their soil, and transform a wilderness plot into a homestead.
This recipe provides a great excuse to buy an entire chicken from your local farmer. The broth will be better than what you can make from store-bought birds.
The Food & Water Watch came out with a map of factory farms across the country this week. This is not something you learn at the grocery store.
Conventional vs. organic eggs: what's the difference?
Everything from the weather to a contamination in an ingredient in their chicken feed was blamed for the nationwide salmonella outbreak at the Iowa egg farm.
Earth Eats talks with Joel Salatin, the proprietor of Polyface Farm, who calls himself a "Christian Libertarian Environmentalist Capitalist Lunatic Farmer"
We're celebrating the new year by taking a look back at some of our favorite recipes and interviews of 2009. This week: water buffalo, and oyster stew.
The CDC recently released a study showing that eating bear meat can be risky business, but if you think eating chicken is safer, you might want to think again.
New reports from the UK suggest going vegetarian two days each week could be an easy way to prevent climate change.