Publication Date: May 4, 2012 Chickens are great, low maintenance pets. They donít need to be brushed, walked, or entertained. Happy chickens just need you to gather their eggs once a day, feed and water them a couple times a week, and change their roost bedding once a month. You can feed them kitchen scraps, eat their eggs, and use their bedding for compost. You wonít find a more environmentally friendly pet. If you already know all this, then you know that learning how to do this can be of great benefit to you and your family.
In this book you will learn all the ins and outs raising chickens in your backyard, including information about different breeds, how to build a chicken coop and chicken run, what a chicken tractor is, and more helpful details about how you can get started in this endeavor.
As with all Simple Self-Sufficiency titles, this book is written in an interesting and readable manner, without all the "fluff". We aim to publish books in a way that will deliver to you all of the necessary information without going into an extreme amount of detail. We guarantee you will come out with expanded knowledge of the topic without you having to take days to read it. Enjoy!Show More Show Less
Raising Chickens In Your Backyard: A No-Fluff Guide To Chicken Breeds, Coops, Runs, Tractors And More
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