Chickens are fun and happy pets that can thrive in a small yard, cost little money to raise, and take just a small amount of effort to keep. The excitement of collecting eggs every day will give your family something to look forward to, and you'll know your eggs will be healthy and delicious. My Pet Chicken Handbook will give you an in-depth look at what to expect when you're expecting ... chicks and chickens!
Raising your own backyard chickens is easy with My Pet Chicken Handbook's tips, inside secrets, and all the answers you'll need to know about caring for your new pets. Find out how to plan for and raise them like an expert:
• Select breeds that will flourish in your available space and climate. Pick from more than 65 breed profiles, including the cutest and cuddliest that might sit in your lap and eat out of your hand!
• Get ready for your chicks to come home with a baby chick care checklist.
• Give them a cozy home in the right size coop and choose how much "run" to give your chickens.
• Taste the healthiest, most yummy eggs.
• Learn to watch for signs of illnesses, identify misbehaviors, and easily remedy the situation.
One of the best parts of keeping chickens is getting to enjoy their eggs. So delicious! So fresh! You won't believe the difference. A recent study concluded that eggs from free-range chickens are higher in omega-3s; vitamins A, D, and E; and beta-carotene, while being lower in cholesterol and saturated fat.
You'll love your new pet chickens' individual personas, but there are always some surprises and uh-oh experiences that pop up even for a seasoned chicken keeper. My Pet Chicken Handbook has the answers to your most asked questions (and many unexpected ones), including information on 7 "misbehaviors" and how to correct them, the 7 classic mistakes to avoid when adding to your flock (there really IS a pecking order!), and 16 "symptoms" that cause worry but shouldn't.
My Pet Chicken Handbook walks you through the entire process of getting ready for chickens — from chicks to coop and helpful checklists of exactly what you need to know and how to be a successful chicken parent. You can TRY IT FREE FOR 21 DAYS!
With some planning ahead, taking care of your chickens will be a piece of cake! Baby chicks need a brooder, while adult chickens need a coop. A brooder can be created from all sorts of
things; it doesn't have to be anything fancy. A brooder is usually located in your home somewhere, while your coop will be located outside. A carefully laid-out chicken coop will keep your hens happy. And a happy hen is a laying hen! Whether you decide to keep your chickens on a rooftop or patio or locate a coop in your backyard, be sure to check out the basic rules of thumb to consider when deciding the best option for you. Read it FREE for 21 days!
TRUE. Every fluffy little chick is (distantly) related to that ancient predator.
FALSE. You only need a few hens to get fresh eggs daily, and they can be raised in small gardens or urban spaces. If you select the right breed and keep their coop tidy, your neighbors will never even hear or smell them!
FALSE. The eggs will taste the same, so you don't need a noisy rooster.
FALSE. So get away for a nice long weekend! Find out the four simple steps to take to prepare them for a few days on
FALSE. Follow the steps on page 88 to socialize them so they are buddies from the beginning.
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