We love nothing more than coming together and connecting with fellow chicken lovers. If you’re looking for a place to share your love of chickens, we’ve got you covered!
We’re working hard to find new and exciting ways to bring crazy chicken people together, because we’re always better when we’re together, egging each other on to get more chickens. Please excuse that terrible pun…
Here’s how we’re currently connecting with our flock as we explore even more opportunities for gettin’ social with ya’ll.
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We post daily on Instagram, it’s by far our favorite way to connect with our flock. We also love to follow fellow chicken lovers, and try to connect with new people every day! If you’re a fellow instagram fanatic, puh-lease respond to this email with your instagram name, or follow us and we’ll be sure to follow you back. You can find us on instagram @backyardchickenproject , easy huh?
Eggcellent Instagram tags to check out: #backyardchickenproject #crazychickenlady #fluffybutts #chickensofinstagram #chickenlife
I know, I know, Facebook has been the center of quite a bit of drama lately, but the truth is, this is one of the only places to easily connect with fellow chicken lovers around the world. We have two ways to connect on Facebook.
The BCP Page: The page is where we like to put up fun photos, memes, and new posts. We mainly use it for some fun chicken entertainment, if you follow it you’ll get a lot of smiles and keep up to date with our blog.
The BCP Group: The group is where things really get interesting. Our Backyard Chicken Project group is currently 6,000 chicken keepers strong. Our members use the group to ask questions, get advice, share photos, rally together, and just share in our united love of chickens.
Pinterest may not be great for chatting, but it’s certainly great for sharing! Literally every board on our Pinterest page is dedicated to chickens, from health, to chicken antics, to drool worthy chicken coops. Pinterest is also where we keep all of our blog posts in visual form, follow our BCP Popular Posts Board to find great new content added weekly!