Raising Chickens Book Deal

$48.97

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Bundle These 3 Books for
20% Savings!

This bundle includes:

Chick Days
An Absolute Beginner’s Guide Raising Chickens From Hatchlings to Laying Hens

Do you want to raise chickens but don’t know where to begin? Then you need Chick Days, an entertaining photographic guide that chronicles the life journey of three chickens (Amelia, Honey, and Tilda) from newly hatched fluffy butterballs to grown hens laying eggs. Day by day and week by week, you’ll watch these three chickens grow and change, and along the way you’ll learn everything you need to know about chicken behavior, feeding, housing, hygiene, and health care.

By Jenna Woginrich

128 pages; $14.95

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Storey’s Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds

Brief history of each breed, detailed descriptions of identifying characteristics, and colorful photography of more than 128 birds. Includes: chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, emus, guinea fowl, ostriches, partridges, peafowl, pheasants, quails, and swans.

This definitive guide to North American barnyard and wild fowl includes a brief history of each breed, detailed descriptions of identifying characteristics, and colorful photography of more than 128 birds that celebrate the birds’ quirky personalities and charming good looks. If it’s fowl facts and photos you want, you’ll find them all here.

By Carol Ekarius

277 pages; $24.95

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City Chicks

Chickens have become the mascot of the local food movement. A desire for sustainable, clean, wholesome food and superior soil quality has led more and more suburban and city dwellers to keep laying hens in their backyards and gardens. City Chicks is not just another book about chickens, although it does describe how to keep micro-flocks of laying hens. It has the ambitious intent of exploring three subjects: urban agriculture systems, recycling food and yard waste, and using local resources to preserve and enhance the environment. This is a book that sees chicken-raising as much more than an avian hobby interest. It’s a book for our times.

By Patricia Foreman

460 pages; $22.50 value

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