We are Kat and Nick, founders of Chicken Fans and massive animal lovers. But there’s more to the Chicken Fans community than the two of us. The contribution of chicken lovers worldwide, like yourself, makes this website continuously better.
Chickens are the most abused animals on the planet. In poultry farms worldwide, layer hens and broilers survive in extreme confinement with windowless sheds and artificial lightning. We can only encourage backyard chicken owners to care for their own chickens and get their own fresh eggs.
Our goal is to provide the community with as much correct, comprehensible information as possible. There is so much noise and disinformation on the internet; the last thing we need is confusion. We try to bridge the gap between the quick progress of scientific insights in the poultry world and the backyard chicken owners that care for their flocks.
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Kat is an avid Chicken Fan who prefers blue eggs and zero waste. For some reason, she keeps getting extra chickens and cats. Kat loves to travel and capture the world in all its beauty. She is a journalist, photographer, and founder of Digital Bandit Marketing Agency.
Nick is a Chicken Fan with a preference for Mille Fleur d’Uccles. He loves trail running with his border collie and is passionate about biochemistry. Nick is a serial entrepreneur, tech wizard, engineer & enterprise architect with expertise in media and publishing.
At Chicken Fans, we strive to provide correct and up-to-date chicken health information. To ensure that our articles and recommendations are scientific and medically accurate, we work together with veterinarians, poultry experts, and nutritionists. They help write and review articles, describe treatments, supplements, and nutritional suggestions, and provide plenty of medical knowledge.
Dr. Ibrar A. is a licensed veterinarian with many years of experience on poultry farms and poultry feed. He has published several scientific articles on proteins in poultry diets, amino acids, and probiotic applications in poultry. Dr. Ibrar is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in animal nutrition and nutritional diseases.
Dr. M. Tanveer is a licensed veterinarian with several years of experience with chickens. He got his degree from the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences of the Islamia University of Bahawalpur and has firsthand experience as a veterinarian on broiler breeder farms.
Dr. E. Rivera is a licensed veterinarian specializing in poultry and backyard chickens. She monitors different commercial broiler and layer farms and devises medication, vaccination, and biosecurity programs.
Dr. Farhan is a licensed veterinarian, animal nutritionist, researcher, and Ph.D. Scholar. He has published several poultry papers on the effects of poultry feed, emulsifier supplements, and lactic acid on growth and egg-laying performance.
Dr. I. Crnec is a licensed veterinarian with several years of experience. She has published papers on the influence of vitamin C on egg-laying performances for chickens under heat-stress conditions and the effects of calcium supplementation on eggshell strength
Dr. O. Ezenwafor is a licensed veterinarian with experience as a resident veterinarian in a poultry estate, having to vaccinate, diagnose and treat poultry diseases. She has worked on environmental samples and data collection for bacterial culture and isolation, such as Listeria monocytogenes, E.coli, salmonella app, and staphylococcus aureus. On top of that, she implements biosecurity measures in poultry farms.
Dr. S. A. Roky is a licensed veterinarian and an academic researcher with a vast experience with poultry. He runs a veterinary clinic and has a huge clinical knowledge of poultry diseases, symptoms, signs, and treatment.
Dr. M. Amjad is a licensed veterinarian who worked as an assistant manager at Sabir’s poultry farm. He has an extensive experience in diseases, management, and treatment of chickens. He has published work on risk factors of antimicrobial resistance of campylobacter species found in poultry meat.
Dr. I. Lima has over a decade of experience in research and development, demonstrated by several publications in peer-reviewed journals. He worked with chicken embryos as a xenograft model for cancer drug screening. Dr. Lima is an excellent data scientist with expertise in statistical analysis and big data in several domains like biotechnology and nanotechnology.
Dr. H. Rodavia is a licensed veterinarian specializing in small animals with experience in poultry. She worked on several continents in an international context and served as a veterinary technician in Hong Kong.
Jennifer Poindexter has been in the editing and writing industry since 2014. During this time, she’s been writing for multiple magazines and websites and has consistently provided content to various websites.