Spring Chickens!

Spring is here, and it’s time for chicks!

Feel free to contact Home to Roost for any of our personalized services:

  • Phone consultation – great for basic questions
  • Assessment consultation – a visit to your home to answer your questions and provide personalized information on how chickens will fit into your life
  • Healthy hens visit – a visit to your home to check the health of your birds and your coop set-up
  • New babies consultation – a visit to your home to help you set up and install your new chicks
  • Emergency housecall – a visit to help out and give advice in case of illness or accident (*note: Home to Roost does practice veterinary medicine and will refer you to an avian vet as needed)

See the Resources tab for more information and pricing.

Let us know if there is anything else we can help with! We’ll be happy to consider it.


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by carol halpin on May 26, 2015 at 11:14 am

    I was at ur presentation at fossil ridge library this spring…..and now I have a question…..I had a year old hen from my sister-in-law that lost its feathers on the its back……..then it died last week……thought it was from the rooster, but now wondering if parasites????? wondering more now because other hen now starting to have a hairless small patch on her upper back?????


    • Hi, Carol – Sorry to hear you lost your hen! Featherless on the back can be the rooster’s fault especially if there are not enough hens to go around (ideal is 4-8 hens per roo, depending on size of breed and weight of birds). Parasites usually cause long-term misery. They can be difficult for a bird to deal with if there is something else going on, but generally should not be primary cause of death. My guess is something else caused her demise. Check the roo and other birds for external parasites – if one has, they all will have.


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