The Chicken Encyclopedia
The Chicken EncyclopediaInternet Only
This ultimate guide to raising chickens at home covers all you need to know about cultivating your own flock. Author Gail Damerow, who has been raising chickens on her family farm and writing about the practice for more than 40 years, answers all of your chicken questions: Which chicken breeds lay blue-green eggs? What are the best ways to catch a chicken? What’s the difference between brooding and incubating? Answers to these questions and much more are organized alphabetically by topic and easy to navigate. The book also features informative illustrations to help explain confusing topics. Paperback, 320 pages.
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