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Keeping Pet Chickens by Johannes Paul and William Windham

by Johannes Paul and William Windham

This brilliant new guide to chicken keeping shows just how simple it is to enjoy the pleasure of raising chickens. It's fun and it's rewarding - and the added bonus is that chickens come with a lifetime's supply of free eggs. What could be better than walking to the bottom of your garden and collecting the freshest eggs every day courtesy of your own hens? They make great pets, low-maintenance and easy-going, a pair of chickens will thrive even in small urban gardens and backyards.

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Packed Product Details

Weight: 0.340 kg

Height: 1 cm

Width: 16 cm

Length: 22 cm

Latest Product Reviews For Keeping Pet Chickens by Johannes Paul and William Windham

The title states exactly what to expect from the book. - Elizabeth,

I am very keen to become a chicken owner. This book has been a delight to read as it has so much information about housing needs, types of chickens, and basic chicken health and anatomy. It is written in an easy to understand format. I have been out in my garden measuring up and drawing plans on paper so I can decide what size house and run to order. I have also found the Eglu website very helpful and I am looking forward to putting in an order very soon.

Verified Purchase: Aug 2021

Keeping Chickens - Kay,

This book is informative and also a useful tool for beginners.

Verified Purchase: Jun 2020

A great basic reference book - Rachel,

This is great basic book for the first time chicken keeper. We borrowed a friend's copy originally but it is definitely a book that you can look back to when new situations arise with your chickens. Very easy to read and informative.

Verified Purchase: Jan 2012

Really Pleased. - Sarah,

Great little book.

Verified Purchase: Jul 2013

A great read! - Mary,

For a small book, this is packed with useful information - just the thing for a novice like me who is planning to get 2 - 3 chickens in the near future.

Verified Purchase: May 2011

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