Buy The Chicken Encyclopedia and Get Answers to All Your Questions About Raising Chickens

If you’re thinking of raising chickens, or if you have them already, get The Chicken Encyclopedia: An Illustrated Reference. It’s a 320 page paperback, published by Storey Publishing, and written by Gail Damerow.

Damerow operates a family farm with her husband in Tennessee. She’s a trusted expert who’s written several books and magazine articles on poultry and livestock.

The Chicken Encyclopedia is the DestinySurvival Pick of the Week. It’s described as “a comprehensive A-to-Z reference volume presented in a friendly, highly illustrated format.” It’s where you’ll find descriptions of breeds and “definitions of the most common conditions, situations, characteristics, and behaviors of chickens” and much more.

Find answers to your chicken questions. For example, which chickens lay colored eggs? What’s the best way to catch a chicken? What are signs of common chicken predators? What’s the difference between brooding and incubating?

One reviewer says this is a helpful encyclopedia for pros and beginners. As a well informed licensed poultry technician, even he discovered new things about chickens from this book.

Another says it’s a must have for anyone new to raising chickens. Yet another says The Chicken Encyclopedia is well worth the modest price.

To buy The Chicken Encyclopedia, click on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. You’ll be taken to the Amazon.com page where it’s featured. Add it to your cart to start the order process.

If you know someone who’s just getting started with raising chickens, do them a favor and give them this encyclopedia as a gift.

When you need answers to your questions about chickens, get them from one reliable source–The Chicken Encyclopedia. No need to hunt around online.

Besides, printed books aren’t prone to negative impacts from an EMP. You’ll have them after the Internet and electronic gadgets fail. In a worst case scenario, your chickens would thank you, if they could.

Needa place to keep those chickens? Check out the small and movable coops from EarthEasy.com. Type chicken coop in their site’s search box to view their selection and make your choice.

 

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.