Incubating Eggs

Although nothing beats the magic of a mother hen incubating and hatching a clutch of eggs, the incubator can produce its own magical clutch of chicks without the risks of natural brooding. Around my farm, the placing of eggs in…

Raising Broilers in an Animal Welfare Approved Way

Animal Welfare Approved is one of the most strict humane certification labels in the USA. We decided to be certified through them for our farm because the rules and regulations of how chickens should be treated and raised most closely…

how to care for call ducklings and call ducks

Call Ducks are truly the cutest ducks and are perfect for a small backyard flock or homestead. They are bantam sized, weighing between 1 and 2 pounds and have a stout and rounded appearance, with short bills and big round…

2013 Year in Review

Purely Poultry has been making changes to be more customer friendly. 2013 was a year filled with amazing growth, record sales, and personal gains for the team. We started 2013 by launching Vulturine Guineas Product ID 923. We ended 2013…

Wild and Ornamental Geese

Flocks of geese flying overhead, honking as they migrated south in the fall and returned north in the spring, drew eyes up to them in millennia past. Geese were domesticated as far back as 5,000 years ago in Egypt, the…