Keeping Chickens Newsletter – Common Sense In The Poultry Yard
Having raised a few backyard chickens some 30 years earlier J.P. Haig found himself with an 11 acre plot and a need to make it earn some extra income if he wished to continue living on it. His plan was to raise some chickens and sell the eggs…
By his 3rd season he had 1,126 hens in the laying yards; 439 young pullets, and between 700 and 800 young chickens – and had produced 9,683 dozen eggs that year!
You may have already heard his story – it is quite an old book – but if you haven’t you will be pleased to know that I have digitised the book in pdf format AND kindle format (for ipad, android, pc and mac etc) and also had an audiobook version recorded aswell.
And until midnight on July 15th you can get J.P.s ‘Common Sense In The Poultry Yard’ (Ebook & Audiobook) PLUS ‘How To Make A Poultry Saddle’, AND ‘Portable Poultry Fence : How To Build And Errect It’ for over 50% off!
You can get all the details here : http://www.keepingchickensnewsletter.com/commonsense.htm
Best Wishes Gina
Keeping Chickens Newsletter
P.S. This special 50% off sale ends after midnight on July 15th: http://www.keepingchickensnewsletter.com/commonsense.htm
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