*** Which Came First... The Chicken? or The Egg? ***
Well, that's been the question for ages and while we don't claim to have the answer, we do know a bit about chickens. And, eggs as well.
Have you ever had the pleasure of eating a fresh egg? No, not one you just brought home from the grocery store. We aren't talking about an egg from a carton with an expiration date two weeks out either.
We are talking about an egg that is still warm from the chicken!
You haven't lived until you've broken a truly fresh egg into a frying pan and had the yolk pop up and say good morning! An egg that sits there in the pan and the white stays where you put it instead of spreading out to merge with it's neighbors.
How Do You Capture Eggs That Fresh?
There's only one way to get them that fresh. Yep, grow your own! Think it sounds far-fetched? Not at all. It seems that a trend of self-sufficiency is penetrating the population here in the second decade of our new century.
More suburbanites than ever are turning their attention to creating a "green and growing" environment. And, what better place to start than your own backyard.
Today's home owners are creating vegetable gardens on their property that rival elaborate landscape designs. The most posh neighborhoods in their communities have nothing over a yard that rewards the grower and contributes to self-sufficiency.
Okay, so it's a jump from having a well producing garden to raising chickens, right? Not necessarily. Raising enough chickens to produce fresh eggs for your family isn't as difficult as it might appear.
Chickens do not require much space and once set up require very little maintenance. In fact, it's so simple that you'll wonder why you haven't done it earlier!
Unless you were born on a farm or a ranch, all you need is some guidance. Where do you get that kind of knowledge? Well, if you are serious, our handy little guide called "Raising Your Own Chickens" is just for you.
and some of the best parts are . . .
• You don’t need any special farming background. It’s very easy to read and understand.
• It doesn’t require much time to get the basics you need – You can start planning as soon as you’ve read the guide.
• Cost is minimal – Once you’ve discovered what you need to get started you’ll find it’s a real bargain!
It has everything you need to know in order to begin raising your own chickens:
What your community will and won't allow
Finding out how your neighbors may react
How to house your chickens
What to feed your chickens
And much more!
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