Chicken Care Resources

 

Chicken Care Resources

How To Raise Your Own Chickens

Are you one of the millions of people who want to learn how to raise your own chickens in your backyard?  Obviously, you are not alone.  People are getting sick of rising prices, of never knowing how old their food is before they buy it and all of the food scares. Raising backyard chickens just makes sense to a lot of people.

You can learn how to raise your own chickens whether you live in suburbia or you live in a rural area. Chickens don’t require a lot of room and after the initial setup, they are not expensive to maintain. Keeping a few egg laying hens in your backyard can provide you will enough fresh eggs to keep you and your family going. The yolks of fresh eggs are brighter in color, taste a lot better and are more nutritious than store bought eggs. Once you eat a fresh laid egg, you will never go back to store bought eggs ever again. Plus you have the pleasure of watching your hens scratch around in your back yard and you know they are being humanely treated.

Check out our collection of reports and product recommendations to help get you off to a good start with your chicken adventure.

 

Chicken Reports

Best Backyard Breeds – Download PDF

Buy A Chicken Coop Online – Download PDF

Chicken Coop Security – Download PDF

Rats – Problems Related To Backyard Chickens – Download PDF

Diagnosing and Preventing Mareks Disease –  Download PDF

Chickens That Lay Colored Eggs – Download PDF

 

Chicken Products


 

 

Building A Chicken Coop

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