Chickens: Sustainability, Self Sufficiency and Profit Provider

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Provide Food For Your Family, Make Extra Money, And Have Fun – Learn to Raise Your Own Chickens! Are you interested in raising chickens? Would you like to eat eggs from your very own hens? Do you want to have chickens scratching in your yard, just like your grandparents did? Raising Chickens for Food, Fun and Profit will teach you the basics of feeding and caring for your chickens.

You’ll learn where to buy your chickens and what kind of birds to buy. You’ll also learn where to keep your chickens – and how to hatch your own biddies! Would you like to know: What kind of chicken enclosures are best, and how to build them? How to protect your birds from predators? Which coops are appropriate for show birds? How to install roosting poles? The various ways you can buy and sell chickens? How often you can expect your birds to lay eggs?

Raising Chickens for Food, Fun and Profit answers these questions and many more. You’ll learn everything you need to know to get started with this fun and rewarding hobby. You’ll even discover how to expand your operation to start making money from your chickens! Here’s a preview of what you can learn from this engrossing book: “Some people choose their chickens because they like the look of the breed. Dominiques and Lace Wyandotte’s are black, or dark grey, with speckles of white. They make nice fat birds, and Rhode Island Reds and Production Reds remind you of the big fat hens on the Disney version of Robin Hood.

Bantam breeds are miniature versions of the original sized breeds so people who want smaller birds often choose the “banties.” Some people choose their birds because they are exotic looking. Silkies have a puff of feathers on top of their heads that make them appear like they are wearing a hat, and some birds have feathers on their legs, or feathers on their feet.” Don’t Wait – Download Raising Chickens for Food, Fun and Profit TODAY and start the exciting hobby of keeping your own chickens! You’ll be so glad you did!

Binding: Paperback
Pub Date: June 27, 2016
Ingram
EAN: 9781534949980

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 14 x 12 x 3 in

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