How to raise Chickens in your backyard

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Prepper Resources for Raising Backyard Chickens
This page is all about raising backyard chickens. We're not the
experts, but we'll bring you to some great resources. Consider
these EGGs-ceptional ideas for chicken lovers...

  • Spoil your flock: There are lots of ways to spoil your

  • Poultry raising on the farm.  Also written by the U.S.
    Department of Agriculture, this free guide for the poultry
    breeder, discusses bird varieties, care and housing, feeding,
    and the advantages of farm poultry raising.

Best Chicken Books:

  • Free-Range Chicken Gardens Book: A must have for
    chicken lovers is Free-Range Chicken Gardens: How to Create
    a Beautiful, Chicken-Friendly Yard. This well-designed book
    by Jessi Bloom (an award winning landscape designer) with
    gorgeous pictures by Kate Baldwin, shows how you can keep
    chickens and have a beautiful garden, too, to enjoy fresh
    eggs and help your garden thrive. With this book, you'll
    discover the plants and shrubs essential for food and forage.

  • Forgotten Skills of Self Sufficiency: If you dream of
    becoming self-reliant using truly simple techniques, you can
    cultivate the pioneer's independence to provide safety
    against lost wages, harsh weather, economic recession, and
    commercial contamination and shortages. Strengthen your
    family's self-reliance as you discover anew the joy of
    homegrown food, thrift, and self-sufficient living.

Raising backyard chickens is one of many homesteading skills you
can have without having a farm.

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How to raise Chickens in your backyard
Raising backyard chickens, chicken gardens and prepping

This page is all about raising backyard chickens.  We're not the
experts,but we'll point you to some great resources.
Chickens and prepping: they go together like two peas in a pod,
quite literally! Chickens not only will reduce weeds and pests in
your garden, but they will also help aerate the soil and reduce
your dependency on the commercial food sources. If you have
chickens, you can also have a garden!

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