A Kid S Guide To Keeping Chickens

Author: Melissa Caughey
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1612124194
Size: 36.95 MB
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Chickens make wonderful pets, and Melissa Caughey provides all the information kids need to raise healthy chickens and have lots of fun doing it. Covering everything from feeding, housing, and collecting eggs to quirky behaviors and humane treatment, Caughey’s engaging advice helps children understand the best ways to care for their chickens. Spark enthusiasm with creative activities like chicken forts and a veggie piñata for the flock, and feed more than the imagination with egg-centric dishes like Mexican egg pizza.

Your Chickens

Author: Gail Damerow
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603427570
Size: 50.52 MB
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Full of expert advice and plenty of encouragement for the youngest poultry farmers, this introductory guide is designed to show children ages 9 and up how to safely and successfully raise their own chickens. With age-appropriate language and clear diagrams, Gail Damerow provides everything kids need to know to choose, purchase, house, and show their own chickens. Whether they’re interested in raising chickens for pleasure or to make money, this easy-to-use guide will help children achieve their chicken-raising goals.

How To Raise Chickens

Author: Christine Heinrichs
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
ISBN: 0760343772
Size: 45.77 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Whether you want to raise 5 chickens or 50, whether you have a 40-foot city lot or a 40-acre farm, the expert advice in this hands-on guidebook makes it easy for you to get started raising a healthy flock. Whichever comes first for you, the chicken or the egg, this book will show you what to do next with longtime chicken breeder Christine Heinrichs explaining all the helpful DOs and important DON’Ts. This brightly illustrated, full-color guide will prove an indispensable resource for anyone interested in raising their very own flocks. Easy-to-follow advice helps you to: Choose breeds and obtain stock House and feed chickens Manage your flock and keep it healthy Select and cull for breeding programs Incubate eggs and care for chicks Raise chickens in the country, suburbs, or city The book provides information on breed types, obtaining stock, housing, feeding, flock management, breeding programs, incubation and care of chicks, selection and culling, showing, health care, and the legal aspects of raising chickens. Reviewed and approved by Dr. Clint Rusk (Purdue University Associate Professor in the Youth Development and Agriculture Education Department), this book will give you the tools you need to succeed in a challenging but rewarding business.

Barnyard Kids

Author: Dina Rudick
ISBN: 1631590715
Size: 73.59 MB
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An illustrated guide to teaching children sustainable practices and to help children learn the ins and outs of agriculture, animal husbandry, and farm to table food options.

Young Chicken Farmers

Author: Vickie Black
Publisher: Bookhouse Fulfillment
ISBN: 9781592985555
Size: 27.73 MB
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Shows young readers how to care for a flock of chickens and offers tips for keeping chickens safe, healthy, and happy.

4 H Guide To Raising Chickens

Author: Tara Kindschi
Publisher: Voyageur Press
ISBN: 1616732210
Size: 22.51 MB
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Raising chickens teaches more than animal husbandry. It’s a hands-on chance to learn the character- and community-building principles and practices that 4-H is all about. And, of course, it’s fun. This easy-to-follow, illustrated guide introduces beginners to the basics of how to raise chickens. Whether you’re a 4-H’r, a first-time poultry owner, or a future egg farmer, The 4-H Guide to Raising Chickens provides step-by-step instructions for your project. From selecting a breed to caring for chicks, from housing and fencing to feeding and preventing or treating illness, the guide presents simple, straightforward information about chickens of all kinds, raised for pets, eggs, or meat. It also includes a glossary and list of resources.

How To Speak Chicken

Author: Melissa Caughey
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1612129110
Size: 36.64 MB
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With contagious enthusiasm and fascination for her backyard chickens, best-selling author Melissa Caughey shares her unique observations of her flock -- how they sense the world, communicate impending danger, and establish pecking order -- along with scientific facts and entertaining tidbits.

Storey S Illustrated Guide To Poultry Breeds

Author: Carol Ekarius
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1612128432
Size: 35.61 MB
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More than 128 birds strut their stuff across the pages of this definitive primer for intrepid poultry farmers and feather fanciers alike. From the Manx Rumpy to the Redcap and the Ancona duck to his Aylesbury cousin, each breed is profiled with a brief history, detailed descriptions of identifying characteristics, and colorful photography. Comprehensive and fun, Storey’s Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds celebrates the personalities and charming good looks of North America’s quirkiest barnyard birds and waterfowl.

The Book On Chickens

Author: Lowell Davis
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 9780882898889
Size: 10.46 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Lowell Davis is one of the premier craftsmen of our time. His unique farm-life figurines have graced shops and homes around the world and have been featured in the Saturday Evening Post, Country Living, and Collector's Mart. This famed painter and sculptor now turns his craft to the page in his captivating work, The Book on Chickens, sure to be of interest to collectors and newcomers alike. Davis's familiar character-collectibles, Big Jack and Goldie, come to life in this enchanting, full-color story of two chickens in love. The clever, superbly illustrated tale takes us through the courtship, marriage, and parenthood of a loving couple holding firmly to their traditional values. The story takes place on a farm in southwest Missouri, "far from the big cities, snuggled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains," similar to the one where the author lives.

Backyard Chickens For Beginners

Author: R. J. Ruppenthal
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781479197002
Size: 15.56 MB
Format: PDF
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Valuable, short guide for beginners on how to start a backyard mini-flock of 2-4 chickens and get fresh eggs every day. Written by the author of the best-selling Fresh Food From Small Spaces book, and a former columnist for Urban Farm magazine.