Chook Manor invite you to help us celebrate the opening of our new North Island-based franchise.
The Rare Breeds Auction is back again for 2016 at Willowbank Wildlife reserve, we will be there with many the these specials and more
Saturday, December 12, 2015
Left your Christmas shopping to the last minute
Take a quick sneak peak at what's new here at Chook Manor Plus we would like to welcome Wendy at Chooks n Things as a valued partner.
Friday, February 13, 2015
Heavy mite infestations in chickens lead to high levels of stress and can result in anaemia, reduced egg production and, eventually if not treated, death, so the effects of red mite are of considerable economic importance when considering production costs not to mention animal welfare...
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Poor nutrition is one of the most common causes of poor hatch rates. The feeding programme for your breeding stock is essential for strong and healthy chicks - A majority of breeders will lock-up their birds for breeding season in smaller pens, so unfortunately they are not wandering around eating grass, grubs etc etc.
There are a few different options & many opinions on worming poultry - should I? shouldn't I? what should I use?
Well – it’s entirely up to you really.
Personally, we have never used chemical drenches - Reason is, we have never had to - Or should’ve we? We have had our fair amount of losses over the years, we've had the odd chook here and there go downhill - Most of the time, we have simply used Stockmans Friend AHE (As talked about in previous newsletters) Most of the time it has done the job, but sometimes it hasn't either.
On a Daily basis, We get phone calls and emails from poultry keepers with the same or similar problems – Egg bound chooks, misspelled eggs, eggs with no shells or hens simply not laying full stop – If any of these sound familiar, hopefully this article will have some answers for you.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Quick update on New stock just arrived.
Monday, September 30, 2013
Meet cheeky! What's happening to our Kiwi and lots more...