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    ArticlePoultry Advice25-06-2013
    It could be argued that the chicken industry today is in a bad state. Cost cutting has led to an all round lower quality in poultry that have had incredible impacts on nature and the environment. People are desperate for ethical and local choices and there is huge potential for the right people that are willing to put in the effort. Running a chicken farm though is hard enough and making a busi...

    ArticlePigeon Advice10-06-2013
    Pigeons are incredible birds. Often hated by others, they are incredible birds with extraordinary talents such as homing in the case of helping the British army in the Second World War. Therefore it is only fair that we published a guide on what to do to try and help a pigeon that has gotten lost. Plus the instructions below are not difficult and you should feel better after helping a pigeon&rs...

    ArticlePoultry Advice04-06-2013
    Chickens are, unfortunately, are very attractive animals for many predators out there and by keeping chickens you are going to attract a lot of unwanted attention looking for an easy meal. Animals that regularly prey on chickens are foxes, owls, falcons, cats, rats and many more. If you look after chickens then we have produced a guide on how best to protect them from predators trying to catch ...

    ArticleParrot Advice27-05-2013
    Losing your parrot can be deeply distressing and also a nightmare that has come true. Thankfully there are a number of practical steps to a) prevent this from happening and b) to help find your bird.   Prevention First of all to prevent your parrot from going missing you want to make sure their cage is secure. This is especially important if you have bought a used cage as the c...

    ArticleBird Advice13-05-2013
    Unfortunately across the world millions of birds die in window strikes. There is little we can do to prevent it however if a bird hits your window then we have written some advice on what to do to help it make a recovery where possible. Make sure you have the confidence and skills to help. If you make a mistake it could seriously harm the bird and make it worse. Also it is recommen...

    ArticlePigeon Advice07-05-2013
    If you have always liked the idea of having a pigeon that flies out and returns back each night then continue reading. We have created a short guide on how you can get pigeons to return with some useful tips on what to do. You must first make sure you have the correct type of pigeon. You will need a homing or racing pigeon. Others that are just for show will not fly back from long ...

    ArticleParrot Advice29-04-2013
    Parrots can be incredibly noisy at times for a large variety of reasons. They will make noise at the start of the day and at the end of the day, they will scream when they are excited or bored and they are also vocal if they hear noise or not enough. Parrots will never scream with the sole purpose to annoy you. Usually there are underlying issues in the enviroment they live in. There are a few ...

    ArticleParrot Advice24-04-2013
    So you have got a parrot and from watching television and movies you notice they talk. You think, "hey, that looks easy". In theory it looks easy however in practice it is quite difficult. We have drawn up a plan to help you get your bird to say those first few things. You can even go further, believe it or not, some birds can be trained to whistle and even sing. Parrots ...

    ArticlePigeon Advice15-04-2013
    Sadly pigeons have quite a bad reputation for being dirty and carrying diseases. While this may be true with some it is not true with others. If you care for and look after your own birds they can be kept clean and make great companions. Because of their homing instincts pigeons can be released for exercise yet still make their way home each day. Humans have been looking after pigeons...

    ArticlePoultry Advice08-04-2013
    We have put together a short guide on how to look after chickens. Whether you are interested in hens that lay or birds for meat we can give you the advice on how to give them the best possible environment for welfare and well-being.   Chickens are easy to care for, inexpensive and highly rewarding. You should ask yourself some questions before you go about raising them though. ...

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