Raising Your Own Chickens

People have been raising chickens in their backyards for hundreds of years. There is nothing fundamentally hard to it but a little bit of knowledge and common sense can go a long way.

The fact that you are on this page already places you above a lot of chicken owners who get their chicks and then start worrying about ‘little’ details such as what they are going to eat and where they are going to sleep and all the other things that go into caring for and raising chickens. That is one way of doing things, but personally I prefer to be a bit more prepared. 🙂

Raising your own chickens doesn’t have to be hard, and in fact, it should be fun.

What if you could collect fresh home-grown eggs every day?

There is nothing better than collecting your own chickens eggs – straight from the coop! Hens, on average will each lay between 4 and 6 eggs, every week so even just a couple of hens can take care of the majority of a family’s egg needs. As soon as you get your pullets the count-down to the first eggs will begin. The very first, probably small and strangely shaped egg, will be the best you’ve ever tasted (and don’t worry, they will start to lay ‘normal’ looking eggs eventually).

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