Raising Backyard Chickens

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Are you thinking about becoming a chicken owner? Raising backyard chickens can be a fun and rewarding experience for you and your family! Are you excited about raising chickens for eggs? Do you want your children to learn responsibility caring for your flock? Are you starting a homestead for food security or just getting in touch with your inner farmer? Chickens are wonderful pets to help you accomplish all of these goals! This "chickens 101" guide offers simple and practical advise that will help beginners learn the ropes and help you go from newbie chicken parent to experienced chicken whisperer in no time! Learn what it takes to keep your flock happy and healthy in this backyard chickens book. Our step-by-step guide will answer questions like: ◆ Which breeds are right for you? ◆ How many chickens should you get? ◆ Where should you be buying chickens? ◆ What do you need to get started? ◆ What do baby chicks need at each stage of development? ◆ When do pullets start laying eggs? ◆ How many eggs will you get from your flock? ◆ What should you feed your chickens? ◆ How do you deal with aggressive bully chickens? ◆ What essential features does every coop need? ◆ How do you keep predators from hurting your chickens? ◆ What is my chicken saying when she makes that noise? ◆ How long do chickens live? ◆ And so much more! From setting up a brooder and raising baby chicks to caring for elderly hens, this guide will help you raise the best backyard chickens and become conscientious and caring chicken owners. Let us show you how to get your flock started with Raising Backyard Chickens: A beginner's guide to starting and maintaining a happy, healthy flock.

Raising Chickens For Beginners

Author: Elizabeth Eggs
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Description How do I raise healthy chickens? Which breed of chicken is right for you? What's the best coop-bedding material? What sort of feed should you use? Let expert chicken keeper Elizabeth Eggs answer these questions. This book is simple and easy to start keeping these surprisingly smart birds right in your backyard. From constructing coops to rearing chicks, you'll learn everything you need to know to make sure your chickens stay happy and healthy all year round. You'll get the most up-to-date details on shelter, food, health care, eggs, chicks, and meat, and recent research into chicken behavior and communication makes the sections on flock management truly authoritative. In this book you will find: How to Build a Chicken Coop How to Choose the Right Chicken Breeds How to Raise Baby Chickens How to Collect, Clean and Store Eggs Why Chicken Stop Leaving Eggs 5 Common Chicken Health problems and how to avoid them 7 Common Mistakes to avoid

Raising Chickens

Author: Sara Cornell
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If you have ever contemplated the idea of getting involved in chicken farming, then this is the book that is going to make a huge difference. From guiding you through the process of setting up your own coop, to choosing the correct breeds, how to care for them and so much more, this guide will allow you to turn the chicken farming concept into something concrete. It used to be believed that this was only something that was done in the countryside, but that is no longer the case. Instead, individuals even in cities are making full use of small spare pieces of ground in their own back yard and converting them into their own small chicken farm. You will learn more about the space that you need and everything to do with getting those eggs to hatch and even how they are produced in the first place. The art of successful chicken farming does not involve some family secrets being passed down the generations. It is also no longer the domain of those individuals with vast yards or fields where the hens or chickens can roam free. Instead, anybody can be in a position to have their own chickens even if you are in the middle of suburbia. Throughout the course of this book, you are going to be surprised at just how little specialist knowledge you require in order to be a success . You will learn that it does not take as much as you thought to get started and that is often the huge advantage of chicken farming that is generally overlooked. Also, it was often felt that chicken farming was a difficult thing to do, but that is simply not true. Furthermore, there is no need for you to spend a considerable sum of money with chickens costing as little as $5 and if you have some basic DIY skills, then building the coop also does not have to break the bank either. In other words, this is a hobby or pastime that is not only fun and exciting with an excellent payload thanks to that flock of chickens, but you need next to nothing in order to get yourself launched. With bullet points for each chapter that recaps the main issues covered in the preceding pages, you will be able to gather together a snapshot of the most important things that you really should get to know when it comes to looking after your own chickens at home. Indeed, even after reading the entire book, you know that you are able to just go back to those key points making it easier for you to then recall the information contained within that chapter. In addition, you will be able to take advantage of an extensive chapter dedicated entirely to the various diseases and health issues that you really must look out for. Also, you will be taught some basic home remedies that could make a difference but, at the same time, also made aware of those moments where getting a vet involved is the only possible conclusion that you can reach. Looking after the welfare of your flock will always be your primary concern, so being armed with the key information that makes this so much easier for you will always be welcomed. Throughout the the book, you will see that there is nothing to be afraid of and that chicken farming can be an enthralling hobby and that does not even include the constant supply of eggs that you will be able to get. This is a book for absolute beginners . Those individuals that have, up until this point, never dared to take that step forward and actually put their chicken farming plans into action. Raising chicken, chicken keeping, Poultry farming, Backyard chickens, Chicken coops, Chicken breeds,

Backyard Chickens

Author: Peggy Allport
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Would you like for you and your family to enjoy fresh and organic eggs and chicken every day? If your answer is YES, this is the book for you! The market is sadly overrun with poultry products of questionable origin. Consummation of low-quality eggs and chicken meat can lead to serious health problems. In the last few years, raising organic chicken has become a popular trend, and no wonder - it's relatively simple, doesn't take much space, and doesn't require a lot of investment. With this book, you'll find out how to create your own little (or big) farm full of happy, healthy chickens! Even more, you'll learn how to turn it into a profitable business and upgrade your budget! Backyard Chickens for Beginners includes: - Choosing The Right Chicken Breeds - How To Raise Baby Chickens - How To Build A Chicken Coop - Collecting, Storing, And Hatching Chicken Eggs - Much, much more! So Scroll up, and Get Your Copy Now!

The Beginner S Guide To Raising Chickens

Author: Mikenis
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♥===Buy the Paperback Version of this Book and Get the Kindle eBook Version included for FREE===♥ ★★★★★ If you are reading this book, odds are you have already decided that you'd like to raise chickens in your backyard. Whether you raise chickens for food, experience, or simply because they make great pets, the first thing you'll want to do is be sure you are prepared. There are a lot of things to consider when raising chicks. While it isn't the most difficult or time-consuming job in the world, being sure you have everything you need is critical for success. Fortunately, instead of scrambling around on the Internet and hoping you have found all the information you need, you have chosen to pick up this book. Here, you'll find everything you need to know about raising chicks in one convenient place. To keep things organized, this book has been divided into five different parts. ① In the first part of this book, we'll discuss all you'll want to know about chickens before you get started. We'll also talk about some of the most recent research that has proven chickens are much more sophisticated and thoughtful than believed (Did you know that baby chicks can communicate with other embryos and their mother from inside their egg?). You'll also learn about chicken behaviors, the most common breeds, and how to decide which variety of chicken you want to raise. ② In the second, we'll discuss what you need to know to house your flock. This includes choosing what type of housing you want for your birds, designing and constructing your coop, and keeping up with furnishing and housekeeping. ③ The third section will cover caring for your chickens. This includes everything from feeding them to protecting them from pests and predators. You'll also learn about the most common health problems for chickens, as well as how to spot them and their treatment. ④ The fourth part of this book will discuss everything you need to know about breeding. Topics covered will include how to mate a hen and rooster, incubate eggs, and hatch and raise chicks. ♥ Finally, we'll discuss other considerations you need to know. For people who are raising chickens for eggs, we'll discuss how to manage layers and collect your bird's eggs. You'll also learn guidelines for raising and butchering chickens for meat. In the last chapter, we'll talk about some extra tips that you can use to raise healthy, stress-free chickens! I hope this book helps you learn all you need to know to raise happy, healthy chickens. Best of luck!

Backyard Chickens For Beginners

Author: Tom Lee
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Learn How to Raise Healthy Chickens at Your Backyard When starting a backyard chicken coop, one of the first decisions you'll have to make is which breed of chicken you will raise. Each breed has specific characteristics and can be used for different purposes. In general, though, chicken breeds break down into three groups: egg layers, meat chickens, and dual-purpose chickens. Egg layers produce both a nice quantity and quality of egg. Egg color can also be a factor here. Despite what you have seen in the market, not all chicken eggs are white or brown! Some chickens lay blue, green or pink eggs which may be less desirable. The Leghorn chicken is the best egg layer that is commonly used by beginners. A mature hen can lay up to 280 eggs in one year. The eggs are large, and white to off-white in color. Leghorns tend to be smaller than other backyard chickens, and have a good nature suitable for a backyard flock. Many commercial farms use the Leghorn as their egg layer of choice. WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO LEARN IN THIS BOOK Ø What Are the Best Backyard Chicken Breeds? Ø Should you Raise Meat Chickens? Ø Introducing New Chickens to Your Existing Flock Ø Hidden Costs of Raising Chickens Ø Problems You Should Expect with Raising Backyard Chickens Meat chickens, sometimes called fryers or broilers, are raised for the meat they can provide. If meat is what you want from your flock, then size and weight matter. Some good meat chickens, like the New Hampshire Red, can grow up to 9 pounds. You'll also want to make sure the skin color and shape of the chicken breed is suitable for cooking. In general, a nice rounded chicken with yellow skin (under the feathers) is preferred. Most backyard hobbyists want the best of both worlds. This is where the third group, dual-purpose chickens, comes in. Dual-purpose chickens are fair to good egg layers, but can also be raised to a decent size for cooking later in life.

Backyard Chickens

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You want to have fresh eggs daily. Thinking of raising chickens in your garden? Keeping chickens can be a nerve racking experience, especially if you've never done it before - but it really is quite easy. It's only natural to suddenly feel your brain being inundated with questions and concerns - "what do chickens eat?", "where do I keep chickens?", "how to rasie chickens?", "how to build a chicken coop" and more. This "Beginner's Guide to Keeping Chickens - Backyard Chickens" is a great choice for you and gives you tips and tricks to keep your chick, diy chicken coop design and raise chickens everything you need to know.

Raising Chickens For Beginners 2021

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RAISING CHICKENS FROM DAY OLD TO MATURITY This Beginner's Guide to Raising Chickens makes it simple and easy to start keeping these surprisingly smart birds right in your backyard and on a large-scale basis. From rearing chicks (day old) to the stage of maturity either for meat, income earning or egg production., you'll learn everything you need to know to make sure your chickens stay happy and healthy all year round. Which breed of chicken is right for you? What's the best coop-bedding material? What sort of feed should you use? These questions and others are answered in this expository book. This book will provide you with the most up-to-date details on shelter, food, health care, eggs, chicks, and meat, and recent research into chicken behavior and communication. All instructions are given step-by-step to aid comprehension with graphic illustration where necessary. In this book, you'll learn: Brief History and Overview of Chicken Production Different Types of Poultry Breeds Common Poultry Terms Stages of Chicken or Poultry Production Layer Chicken Requirements Different Types of Chicken Feed Management Practices in Poultry Farming How to Care for A 0-1 Week Old Brooder Layer Chicken Management Of 2-3 Weeks Old Chicken Management Of 4-8 Weeks Old Pullet Layer Chicken Management Of 8-16-Week-Old Pullet Layer Chicken Cannibalism in Chicken and How to Prevent Cannibalism Among Chickens The Economy of Poultry Farming Equipment and Appliances for Chicken Farming Projected Return on Investment Health of The Birds Common Diseases of Chicken and Their Symptoms Chicken Vaccination Biosecurity Measures for Poultry Farm

Chickens Raising For Beginners

Author: Bryce McKenzie
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Would you like to know the best tips and tricks to easily raise chickens in your backyard to always have a happy and healthy flock that will produce tasty eggs every day? If the answer is "YES", then keep reading... This manual is the best manual out there that will teach you everything about raising chickens, even if you've never done it before. It will explain to you all the essential notions that you need to know to get rid of any possible question or doubt that you might have, in fact by reading this guide you'll discover: - All the advantages of raising chickens, showing you that having a healthy flock is much more than just having fresh eggs every day - What are the factors that you need to take into consideration, like knowing if you have enough space to keep them, knowing what breed you want to buy, knowing how many chickens you can start with, and many more important considerations - How to chose the right coop for you and how to build it on a budget, to give your chickens the perfect environment without having to spend a lot of money to buy it - The best way to raise your chicks and make them grow healthy, to make sure that you will always have super healthy and happy hens when they grow up - Everything about eggs, from the egg-laying behaviors of your hens to the best ways to gather your eggs, collect them, clean them, and store them properly, to never have to waste a single egg produced by your chickens - What's the behavior and psychology of your chicken, to be able to know if your chicken is angry, if it's calling it's mama, if your chick is talking, and the pecking order of your chicken - How to prevent the most common chicken problems, like feather loss, pecking, broodiness in hens, predators, and even if your chickens won't lay eggs, to always make sure that you know what to do in case that these problems happen ... & Much More! You don't have to be afraid or scared of raising your chicken, because thanks to this guide you'll have the right help that will make you able to do it correctly. The main thing you need to do right now it's to just start learning how to do it, so... ...What are you waiting for? Scroll to the top of the page and click the "BUY NOW" button to start immediately!

Backyard Chickens Guide To Coops And Tractors

Author: Members of Backyard Chickens.com
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Keeping chickens isn't just for farms! The backyard chicken revolution has coops popping up in neighborhoods all over. Home-raised chickens provide a great source of superior, organic eggs that are as close as your backyard. Chickens also make good pets and provide free fertilizer—and lots of fun. Backyard Chickens Guide offers plans and photos for 16 custom coops built by real chicken owners, (including three portable designs known as tractors). Read their stories and learn from their experiences, then head out to the backyard to start your own flock.

Backyard Chickens

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The idea of keeping chickens at home is one that appeals to a growing number of people around the world. It's not just that you'll get "free" eggs and chicken meat, it's also that the produce from the chickens you keep is known to be free from all the unsavoury "stuff" (including harmful antibiotics and synthetic colouring) commercial chicken eggs and poultry are known to contain. So, you'd like to raise your own chickens? Be sure you're ready to commit! Here's the book that guide to raising and breeding chickens. Let's start!

Keeping Chickens For Beginners

Author: Jason Johns
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"Keeping Chickens For Beginners - Keeping Backyard Chickens From Coops to Feeding to Care and More" is for anyone wanting to keep their own chickens, whether for eggs, meat or exhibiting. Keeping chickens can seem very overwhelming at first and this book provides a clear step-by-step guide walking you through everything from selecting the right breed for your needs to looking after your chickens to breeding them. Everything you need to know to successful keep chickens and enjoy fresh eggs or meat is in this detailed book. Whether you have bought chickens already or are considering it, you will learn exactly what you need to do as well as the correct equipment for keeping healthy chickens. In "Keeping Chickens For Beginners - Keeping Backyard Chickens From Coops to Feeding to Care and More" you will discover: Choosing a Coop - get the right coop and run, the major expenses in chicken keeping, to ensure your chickens are healthy and protected Choosing a Breed - learn exactly what to look for in a breed as well as the pros and cons of various breeds, including the best egg layers and meat chickens Feeding and Watering - discover the best foods for your chickens and what you should never feed them as well as their water requirements Caring for Chickens - it's a big commitment, so learn everything you need to know to care for your hens from routine jobs to protecting them to seasonal precautions and more Cleaning the Coop - a vital job that has to be done properly so you will learn the best way to clean the coop to kill pests and prevent infection Pests, Disease and Predators - find out the risks to your chickens and exactly what you can do to minimize these dangers Raising Chickens for Meat - not for everyone, but you will find out exactly how to raise a chicken for the table, including killing, plucking and butchering the bird Breeding Chickens - how to successfully breed chickens to add to your flock, to sell or for the table Hatching Eggs - everything you need to know to select eggs to hatch and incubate them successfully Caring for Baby Chicks - learn how to take care of baby chicks, what they need and when to move them outside Holidaying - find out how to go away on holiday and ensure your chickens are well cared for whilst you are away Exhibiting Chickens - discover the best breeds to exhibit and exactly what is required for a show winning chicken Making Money With Chickens - some tips on generating an income from your chickens Keeping chickens is incredibly rewarding and once you have had fresh eggs you won't ever want to return to bland, tasteless supermarket eggs. Although there is an initial outlay, chickens are relatively low maintenance and do not tend to cost much once they are settled. You can be enjoying fresh eggs and even meat from your chickens. Enjoy your adventure into chicken keeping, it is good fun and something anyone can do, even with a small backyard. Discover today how this book will teach you everything you need to know to successfully keep chickens at home and enjoy the benefits of these backyard birds.

The Beginner S Guide To Raising Chickens

Author: Julia Millzoe
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Do you want to raise chickens but don't know how to start? Well, if you say yes then this book is right for you! This "Beginner's Guide to Raising Chickens" will be your friend along the way. Chickens are actually domesticated animals and are currently one of the most common domesticated 'farm animals' in the world. The use of chickens in food production grew and eventually matured into what we know of it today. Chicken is one of the most common meats in the world, mainly due to its availability and low cost. Practically all parts of the chicken can be used in food, and the meat itself can be cooked in several different ways. Most people, however, choose to raise chickens for their eggs. Chicken eggs can be easily cultivated right from your backyard. Hens typically don't need a male to produce their eggs, only to fertilize them. So, that means you can have several egg-laying hens in your backyard to produce fresh chicken eggs. Home raised chicken eggs are one of the healthiest choices available. Eggs from chickens raised commercially, known as battery raised, have high rates of salmonella and can be harmful over the long-term. By having control over the chicken's diet and egg production, you are able to get eggs that are much more beneficial to you and your health. This book contains: ★Choosing your little friends ★What to Consider When Deciding on a Breed ★How to Buy your Little Friends ★Coop Plans ★How Much Space do Chickens Need? ★Chicken behavior and psychology ★Keep Your Friend Healthy ★Raising Baby Chicks ★Cooking Delicious Recipes with your fresh eggs and meat And Much More! Ready to get started? Click the BUY NOW button!

Raising Chickens

Author: Dr Olivier Michael
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Raising Chickens covers all aspects of keeping pet chickens.You'll get the most up-to-date details on shelter, food, health care, eggs, chicks, and meat, and recent research into chicken behavior and communication makes the sections on flock management truly authoritative

Backyard Chickens

Author: Ellie Brown
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The Backyard Chickens: A Beginners Handbook is a resourceful book by Ellie Brown who is a backyard chicken raising expert. Her mother started raising chickens as pets which was later transformed into a full-time family business. This handbook includes: Why Raise Chickens Where to start from Which breed to choose How to house your chickens How to feed them How to take care of their health Understanding the eggs laying process Training and playing with chickens How to start a chicken farm business Some cool fun facts Chicken and egg recipes Full chicken coop plans FAQS And much more... Happy Reading and Chicken Raising

A Beginner S Guide To Poultry Farming In Your Backyard Raising Chickens For Eggs And Food

Author: John Davidson
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ISBN: 1311659285
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A Beginner’s Guide to Poultry Farming in Your Backyard Raising Chickens for Eggs and Food Table of Contents Introduction It Is Just Chicken Feed Sustainable Poultry Feed Crop bound Chickens Best Natural Food for Chickens Hatching Chickens How to Make an Incubator Fresh Water Supply Nesting boxes Free Ranging Birds Dust baths and Shed Floor Covering Bumble Foot Building Your Own Chicken Coop Egg Production Raising Broilers for the Market Well Ventilated Coops Protecting chickens from Predators Conclusion The Truth about Growth Promoting Feed Author Bio Introduction Ever since man found out that it was extremely easy to have domesticated sources of food, reared right in his yard, millenniums ago, is it a wonder that poultry especially chicken farming is one of the best methods to get easy access to a good source of food for your family? There is absolutely no country in the world, except perhaps the Arctic regions, – where man has not reared ducks, chickens and other poultry for table purposes down the centuries. Apart from these being an easy source of eggs to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, you also knew that you would have a tough old rooster for dinner, when a large number of family members popped in unexpectedly, demanding sustenance. We are going to be concentrating on chicken farming, for domestic purposes in this book. You have this dream of raising chickens in your backyard. You are interested in a continuous supply of eggs, and the occasional chicken for your pot of a Sunday. Layers are those chickens, which are normally raised for egg production. The chickens which are going to go straight into the pot are called broilers. Since ancient times, human beings have been raising poultry for domestic purposes and also for marketing purposes. Poultry farming has been a part of rural life in the east down the centuries. All the kitchen waste was fed to the hens. These hens came under the 21st century poultry farming term – free ranging. That meant they were allowed to scratch about in the backyard, getting their fill of insects, worms, green vegetables, organic matter, and was it a wonder that they laid delicious, nutritious, and proteinaceous eggs? Every intelligent householder kept three or four hens depending on the size of his family, and he bought a cock from the market, when he needed chickens. Once a clutch of chickens was hatched, Cocky Locky went into the cook pot. One of the common mistakes made by new poultry farmers is buying a large number of birds, because they are not very clear about whether they want these words for home consumption or they want to trade in the eggs and poultry meat. Around 50 years ago, one of my father’s colleagues was facing this problem. He had this huge garden and backyard. He had heard about dad rearing poultry in that garden successfully. So he also wanted to experiment in this exciting new activity which would keep his family well supplied with eggs, and fresh meat. So the next time dad went visiting to his base on a tour, he asked dad the best way to raise birds without too much of a hassle. You are going to get these easy tips in the book.

Backyard Chickens

Author: Dion Rosser
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Are you looking for a simple guide to raising backyard chickens? Do you want simple and effective tips for finding the right breeds for your backyard flock? If your answer is yes then this book, Backyard Chickens, is just what you have been looking for. This is a beginner-friendly guide that will take you through the basics of raising chickens, including: Things to consider before getting chickens Where to buy your chickens What breeds are best for different purposes It has handy tips on what to look for when buying chicks for your backyard. There is plenty of information on how to identify healthy birds to ensure that you only buy the best stock for your backyard. Backyard Chickens goes into all the little details that will help make your backyard flock a success. This book will guide you on how to set up your backyard in readiness for your flock, as well as picking the best location in your backyard for a chicken coop. If you have no idea where to start when it comes to building a coop, you will be provided with a step by step process to use when building a simple backyard coop. There is also additional information on: How much space you will need for your chickens Local ordinances and laws on keeping backyard chickens And how much it will cost you to keep and maintain them We demystify the various types of chicken feed and give you all the information you need regarding the best feed to give your chickens, when to feed them, how to feed them, and even how often you should do it. For the beginner who wants to keep chickens for a specific purpose, no need to fret, this book will take you through: How to feed and take care of chicks and pullets How to feed and take care of layers How to feed and take care of broilers Plus, all the details you need to know when it comes to best practices in feeding A significant part of this book is dedicated to guiding you on maintenance and caring for your chickens. There are handy tools for helping your birds cope with adverse conditions, what to do during winter, and how you can get your egg-layers to be more productive. There are plenty of tips on hygiene, keeping chicken coops clean, and how to spot signs of ill health in your chickens. All this information is packaged together with handy DIY tips. This book has an entire section that is dedicated to common poultry diseases that affect backyard chickens and how to treat these conditions. If you want to raise chickens and have no idea where to start, Backyard Chickens is the ultimate beginner's guide. This book is a practical guide that is meant to equip you in starting your backyard chicken hobby, maintaining happy and healthy chickens, and getting the best production out of your chickens. Get this guide now to get started with your new backyard adventure!

How To Raise Backyard Chickens For Beginners

Author: Paul Logan
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So, you are interested in raising chickens which could be either for profit or consumption? Raising backyard chickens can be therapeutic, rewarding, fun and for beginners maybe a bit nerve wracking! But trust me, its something you'll enjoy if you put your heart to it. There is literally tons of information about raising chickens and it is hard to sort through it all to determine what is right for you and what truly works. In this guide, I have put together everything you need to know to raise your chickens. I've been doing this for several years and trust me when I say I know what works and what doesnt. Before you get your chicks, you need to ask yourself some questions: Why are you raising chickens? - For Eggs, meat or fun? Location of your mini poultry? Do you have enough time for this? What are the rules like in your community? When you answer this questions, the next step is for you to grab a copy of How to raise Backyard Chickens for Beginners. This book contains everything you need to know in order to get started and some problems you might face and how to overcome. Whats Inside this Book: How Many Do You Need Spacing and all you need to know The Cost of Raising Chickens The Best Breed of Chickens to Raise Raising Chickens for Eggs Raising Chickens for Meat Consumption Making Profit From Poultry How to Handle Waste From your Chickens And So much more..... To grab a copy, scroll up to the top of this page and click the buy now button!

Raising Chickens For Dummies

Author: Kimberly Willis
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470573325
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Backyard Chickens

Author: Andy Jacobson
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781533032980
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Start Raising Your Own Flock of Chickens with This Essential Guide! Everything You Need to Get Started! Includes Bonus Chicken Coop Building Guide! Raising and breeding chickens is an incredibly rewarding hobby and all you need is the right guidance to get you started - this is exactly what this essential guide provides. You will learn how to choose the right breed, the things you need to consider before committing to keeping backyard chickens, how to purchase and raise baby chicks, how to purchase and start with adult birds, and everything you need to consider when selecting or designing your chicken coop. By the end of this guide you will know how to: - Purchase your birds, what to look for when purchasing your birds, how many to purchase and what gender. - Raise chickens in any backyard. - House your chickens. - Feed and care for your flock. - Raise baby chicks. - Prevent and control pests. - Protect your flock from predators. - Prevent and deal with internal and external parasites. - And much more! This guide includes photos with clear explanations to further your understanding. Not only will you be introduced to the essentials of raising chickens, but you will also learn about the challenges that many initially face, and how to overcome them. Buy This Essential Guide Now and Kickstart Your Chicken Raising Journey!