Raising Chickens: A Beginner's Guide to Raising, Breeding, and Caring for Chickens

Self-Sufficient Living
by Peggy Carlson

Publisher: Guava Books

Series: Self-Sufficient Living

Publication Date: February 01, 2017

ISBN: 9781386989455

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Are you looking for a new "full–time" hobby that will offer you, besides personal and moral satisfaction, more practical and useful benefits? Or do you want to find a way to provide your family with an organic source of fresh and healthy nutrients?

Well, raising your own chicken flock might be the perfect solution to do that. Having chickens in your backyard or wherever you have the possibility to raise them is definitely a great method to fight against the global tendency of serving us unhealthy, chemical-based chicken products that are available in all supermarkets. But this is only one of the numerous advantages that you will get if you decide to have your own small poultry farm right in your yard.

Many households from around the world simply prefer to keep chickens as pets. And who would blame them? They might not replace the heart-warming purring of a kitten or the unconditional love of a dog, but what other pet has so many advantages: providing you with fresh eggs everyday, protecting your garden from being attacked by "natural intruders", and giving you a valuable lesson about the harmony that characterizes the natural way of living. The book Raising Chickens: A Beginner's Guide to Raising, Breeding and Caring for Chickens will give you useful information about:

  • The most common chicken breeds in the USA
  • Building or buying the right shelter
  • Feeding, Breeding and Caring for them
  • How to prevent the most common chicken diseases

These and many more are included in the inside of this book.

Download this How To book and find what you need to know before deciding that chicken raising is what you want. Follow this guide and embark on what can become the best adventure of your life.