[PDF / Epub] ✅ Chickens in Your Backyard ⚣ Gail Damerow – Writerscompany.co.uk

Chickens in Your Backyard Your Backyard Can Be The Source Of The Best Eggs And Meat You Ve Ever Tasted The Answer Is Chickens Endearing Birds That Require But A Modest Outlay Of Time, Space And Food.As They Learned To Raise Chickens, Gail Damerow And Rick Luttmann Came To Realize The Need For A Comprehensive But Clear And Nontechnical Guide Their Book Covers All The Basics In A Light And Entertaining Style, From Housing And Feeding Through Incubating, Bringing Up Chicks, Butchering, And Raising Chickens For Show.Throughout The Book, Gail And Rick Express Their Wonder At The Personalities Of Chickens The Role Of Brash Protector Played By Roosters, And The Instinctive Motherliness Of The Hens Given Some Freedom And Attention, These Birds Can Become Much Than The Egg And Meat Machines Of Commercial Hatcheries And Broiler Factories Chickens Provide Backyard Farmers With Enjoyable Pastime, As Well As A Supply Of Good Food. Chickens in Your Backyard is all anyone needs to know to raise chickens Chickens in Your Backyard is newly revised and updated It includes how to set up a coop, a run and a home for your new chickens There are chapters on feed, eggs, water, cleaning, disease, breeding and incubation Showing and butchering chickens are also covered The book concludes with the pros and cons of starting your flock with eggs, chicks, young or mature chickens Along the way, the author provides lists of breeds for different goals friendliest, best layers, biggest breasts.I love the tips in Chickens in Your Backyard They obviously come from a someone with a true love of all things chicken Here are some examples Spring is the best time to purchase chicks and begin your chicken experience However, young and mature chicken prices are much lower in the fall Chicken cannibalism is catching Egg sexing is a myth Butchering c Liked the author s humor made it less text booky Good introduction to raising Pukaaak puk puk puk.

About the Author: Gail Damerow

Gail Damerow and her husband operate a family farm in Tennessee where they keep poultry and dairy goats, tend a sizable garden, and maintain a small orchard They grow and preserve much of their own food, make their own yogurt and ice cream, and bake their own bread Gail has written extensively on raising livestock, growing fruits and vegetables, and related rural skills She shares her experienc

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