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How To Raise Chickens: Everything You Need To Know By Christine Heinrichs,

  • Title: How To Raise Chickens: Everything You Need To Know
  • Author: Christine Heinrichs
  • ISBN: 9780760328286
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • Whichever comes first for you, the chicken or the egg, this book shows you what to do next In this hands on, easy to use guidebook, longtime chicken breeder and poultry expert Christine Heinrichs tells you everything you need to know to raise chickens in your backyard from laying out the yard and designing a coop to choosing breeds, caring for chicks, egging, sexing, andWhichever comes first for you, the chicken or the egg, this book shows you what to do next In this hands on, easy to use guidebook, longtime chicken breeder and poultry expert Christine Heinrichs tells you everything you need to know to raise chickens in your backyard from laying out the yard and designing a coop to choosing breeds, caring for chicks, egging, sexing, and butchering Whether you re interested in rare breeds or the garden variety whether you want to show your chickens or serve them, this brightly illustrated, clearly written guide will prove an indispensable resource.
    How To Raise Chickens Everything You Need To Know Whichever comes first for you the chicken or the egg this book shows you what to do next In this hands on easy to use guidebook longtime chicken breeder and poultry expert Christine Heinrichs tell

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    1. Pretty much a getting started book for folks who are interested in breeding and showing, which I m not Nice photos I m still very much interested in seeing the different breeds, and the differences between roosters and hens, and allll the different housing possibilities that exist Storey s Guide to Raising Chickens and Chickens Tending a Small scale Flock for Pleasure and Profit were comprehensive and practical.

    2. This book has a lot of information in it, it would make an excellent book to have on hand for reference As far as a beginner introduction to chickens book, yes it has all the info but may be a little intimidating to some There are easier to read beginner books out there I would recommend first, and after one decided they were actually going to get chickens, then I would recommend reading this.

    3. I really appreciated the descriptions for how to make movable chicken huts to let them eat bugs in new places in the lawn and spread their own fertilizer without letting it build up gross and thick It is certainly about small flocks in the backyard and not about raising them in large farm style ways This is a new trend according to the gardening magazines out that are highlighting people s backyard hen houses nestled in cool green gardens.

    4. This was of a beginner book that explain how to get started and a very board way on what you can do with your chickens It included how to pick breeds that are good for your use Also had very good infomation on building plans, chicken treat recipes, and some do s and don t with chickens it also has great visual pictures along with every topic.

    5. i should say that I read the 2nd edition, not the first, from 2013 by Voyeur press I think this is a very good introductory book, head and shoulders above most, with of course some errors that should have been caught on the reprint Still, because it is so well rounded, with lots of pictures, it is still a solid 4 Recommended.

    6. This book contains some useful info but does not contain everything you need to know This may be useful for serious breeders, not for those of us in urban settings with just a couple backyard chickens.

    7. How could it have taken me this long to add my favorite book, the one I wrote myself Great pictures, information not available elsewhere Check my site and blog, poultrybookstore.

    8. For the beginning backyard chicken owner, very helpful, not too detailed, lots of good information on how to get started with your chicken and egg project.

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