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Backyard Chicken: How to Raise Chickens in Your Own Backyard for Self-Sufficiency and Extra Income

Backyard Chicken: How to Raise Chickens in Your Own Backyard for Self-Sufficiency and Extra Income  by Restart
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For readers of:Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish, Daniel J. Siegel, Tina Payne Bryson, William Camann
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About the Book

As communities become increasingly reliant on local restaurants and grocery stores for their food security, more and more families are choosing to turn unused backyard space into their very own chicken farm.

Even outside of food production, chickens continue to grow in popularity both as pets and, thanks to their colorful plumage, as competitive show animals.

Combined with organic raised beds or larger scale foodscaping, choosing to invest in poultry farming remains one of the most productive uses for almost any backyard, big or small.

Without a doubt, the choice to raise chickens is a powerful force in the growing urban agriculture movement.

In this report you will learn the top tips and strategies you can follow to help make your own backyard chicken farm the best it can be.

Topics covered:


—Set Realistic Expectations

—Free Range vs Free Run

—Maintain a Flock’s Continuity

—Never Neglect Their Care and Maintenance

—Manage Waste Properly

—Processing Poultry Products

—Reduce Your Food Cost

—How To Make Money With Chickens

—The Ultimate Childhood Companion

—Maintain a Mild Setting

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