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The Omlet Guide to Keeping Chickens

This is a fantastic resource of advice, tips and essential information on everything chicken. As well as everyday care of your pet you can find out about the origin of the species, the names of some famous fighting chickens and how to give your chicken a bath - without ruffling its feathers. We hope you enjoy it!

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Your, 28 December 2012

WE have been keeping chickens over two years and love them.we have one eglu for our 5 big girls and cockral and have just order another one for our bantams we have two baby cockrals and at the mo 3 girl when there new home arrives we are going to buy some more 3 girls love fresh eggs cant beat them .Eglus are so easy to keep clean and are nice and cosy WORTH EVERY PENNY.XXX


Jennifer, 21 May 2012

I am so glad I have your site to ask questions about keeping chickens. As a relative novice there are things that come up that your experience and quick response help with. Thank you.


          

- Izzy, 25 November 2011

I think the guide is realy good. I tried it on my chicks and it worked!! My chickens are Pekin bantams and they are called Honeysuckle and Ginger!!


          

- Fiona, 11 November 2011

Amber hens are the best, soo friendly and curious. I have 2 and they always sit on my knee or jump on my back and sit on my shoulder. My other hens are not as friendly. great site you have.


          

- Harry, 08 November 2011

I have chickens now they are very good layers . I clean them out some days


Rebecca, 14 July 2011

It's the simple things in life I find beautiful.


          

- Jody, 30 May 2011

A very good guide, i have been keeping chickens for five years and this is always a useful online guide to refer back to when i need it.


          

- Clare, 15 April 2011

Very good. So informative. The perfect guide !!!

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