A hen was missing from a Statesville home last week in the western part of town, but the woman who lived there had a suspect: A coyote.
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VIRGINIA’S SPRING gobbler wild turkey hunting season begins April 11. For many hunters, it is the most heralded big game season. Having a gobb…
I hereby declare that the drought is officially over.
AMERICANS have short memories.
Spring gobbler season ended a couple weeks ago, and little wild turkeys should begin emerging from their eggs very soon. To make it through th…
Sometimes I think America runs on chicken.
Every once in a while I am tempted to buy some pullets and raise them for laying hens.
Spotsylvania County resident Rachel Anderson would never slaughter her backyard chickens.
STAUNTON — Staunton residents can now legally keep up to six hens in their yards.
An old boy who lives a few miles up the road had an interesting and somewhat bizarre hunting experience the other day.
People who raise chickens love the pastoral scenes the birds provide, as well as the eggs and meat. By CATHY DYSON Raising chickens has ruined Lisa Biever’s dining-out experience, at least when it comes to breakfast. If she orders eggs—poached, scrambled or sunny side up—she finds they look and taste
Part of a series on Virginia wildlife WALK THROUGH ANY moderately wooded land in Virginia and you're likely trespassing through the territory …