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Backyard Chickens Book Package: The Backyard Chickens Handbook and The Backyard Chickens Breed Guide (Modern Homesteading 3) (English Edition) par [Anderson, M.]
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Get TWO backyard chicken books for one low price.


The Backyard Chickens Handbook is a greater starter book for those looking to raise a new flock of chickens. It's also a good book for seasoned vets to have on hand as a reminder of the best practices for hatching, raising and feeding backyard chickens.

The Backyard Chickens Breed Guide takes the guesswork out of choosing backyard chicken breeds.



This helpful guide gives you the information you need in order to make an informed decision regarding the chickens you want to add to your backyard flock.

The topics covered include all of the items that are important to backyard breeders, including the following:
  • Noise level.
  • The amount of eggs you can reasonably expect your chickens to lay.
  • The average cost per chick.
  • Potential health concerns.
  • Temperament.
  • Special considerations that must be made.

Take the guesswork out of owning backyard chickens.

There are more than 150 different breeds of chicken. This book narrows your choices down to 22 of the most popular and best breeds for backyard flocks.

If you're planning on owning backyard chickens, you're going to want these books!


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great books 8 juillet 2013
Par Melissa Sisk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
These books are filled with lots of useful information for the beginning chicken enthusiast. As a new owner I found myself particularly interested in the list of different breeds because it gives such a great overview of common breeds and their uses.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great, Essential Handbook Improved by Adding The Backyard Chickens Breed Guide. Fantastic! 13 mars 2014
Par Bill Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
This 127-pages for the two books makes for a terrific deal. I already owned and reviewed Book One (The Backyard Chickens Handbook) and am re-posting that review herein, but only after discussing Book Two (The Backyard Chickens Breed Guide).

Book Two The Backyard Chickens Breed Guide:

In his discussion of the breeds, Mike Anderson (no relation to me) leads each breed with a photograph (except for two, one of which has a line drawing and the other, sadly, Anderson has thus far been unable to obtain a picture of) and then he posts a just-the-facts information followed by a detailed discussion of the breed.

I have raised several of the breeds discussed and agree 100 percent with his assessments. In fact, Anderson is one of the few writers I've agreed with regarding Brahma chickens being good layers, as well as a quiet, docile breed. Kudos to Anderson.

If I had purchased this book only, by itself, I might not praise the book so strongly, for much of the information in Book Two is readily available on the web. But, adding this book WITH The Backyard Chickens Handbook is a brilliant stroke.

Which explains why I feel it necessary to post the more salient points of Book One. Together, these books equate to some of the best available information for backyard chicken farming by self-sufficient homesteading.

Book One The Backyard Chickens Handbook:

I have at least two dozen books on raising chickens. My favorite was printed in 1885, but I have books from the early 1900s, the 1920s, the 1940s and several others more recently. Yet, if I only had Backyard Chickens: The Beginner's Guide to Raising and Caring for Backyard Chickens, I would have enough information to succeed with a few chickens for eggs.

Besides the excellent organization and easy-flowing manner in which Rashelle Johnson explained the salient points, what I found exceptionally welcome was the inclusion of two photographs - one was of a chicken tractor. Curious about the chicken tractor? Get the book.

Although this is such a terrific book on backyard chicken raising that I can't praise it too much, there was one ever-so-minor point I would be remiss in not highlighting:

The author stated that one British study reported the percentage of chickens carrying salmonella was far more prevalent on large, commercial farms where hens are kept in cages (23% vs 4 to 6 % or so on organic farms). I'll not quibble with the statement as presented by Johnson, for my gut tells me it's accurate. My concern is the the writer did not give the source or a link to the study.

Again, despite this one very technical point, I absolutely loved Backyard Chickens. It is an outstanding 76-page book for anybody considering a small flock of laying hens.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Backyard Chickens Book Package 6 septembre 2013
Par Tonia Barnes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I thought is was a great book. I enjoyed all the information. A list and description of different bird breeds would have been nice. The list provided was appreciated.
Thank you.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 good simple book 1 août 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is a good basic book for someone wanting to raise chickens. It is helpful advice if you are just starting out.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very well written 17 mai 2014
Par shgannon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Great book if you are thinking about raising chickens for eggs or meat or both. Very good on types and breeds. Good advice on dealing with noise and neighbors. Although I have read some of the same info elsewhere this set of books are very well-written and therefore I like this one best. It does not have plans for coops but gives general guidelines that get you started.
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