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101 Chicken Keeping Hacks from Fresh Eggs Daily: Tips, Tricks, and Ideas for You and your Hens

Category: Book
By (author): Steele, Lisa
Subject:  GARDENING / Reference
  HOUSE & HOME / Sustainable Living
  TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / Animal Husbandry
Audience: general/trade
Publisher: Voyageur Press
Published: October 2018
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 0.00in x 0.00in
Our Price:
$ 32.99
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From The Publisher*Spoil your chickens and beautify your coop with 101 Chicken Keeping Hacks from Fresh Eggs Daily.

Join Lisa Steele, chicken-keeper extraordinaire and founder of Fresh Eggs Daily, on a behind-the-coop tour like you've never seen. Lisa has spent years figuring out the best ways to keep chickens healthy, the natural way, and she's collected more than just your average tips.

101 Chicken Keeping Hacks from Fresh Eggs Daily includes simple ideas for re-using and upcycling old items, as well as detailed information on using natural ingredients to enhance and improve your chickens' lives without breaking the bank.

This guide includes these handy ideas and much more:
  • Feeding: Try homemade scratch, growing fodder, or frozen treats
  • The Run: Make a chicken swing or DIY scarecrow
  • Chicken Health: Find ideas for boredom busters, homemade salves, and herbal teas
  • The Coop: Keep it clean with a natural coop cleaner and make your own coop curtains
  • The Garden: Build an herb drying rack or brew a batch of chicken poop "tea"
So what are you waiting for? Make your chickens the happiest birds on the block!
Biographical Note

Lisa Steele is a fifth-generation chicken keeper who has been around chickens most of her life, so it's no surprise she has made her name raising her own backyard flock and sharing her farming adventures. Lisa is also an aspiring herbalist and avid gardener who shares tips and advice on both her award-winning Fresh Eggs Daily blog and Facebook page of the same name. She holds a Maine Master Gardener certification and her popular website has been named one of Better Homes & Gardens Top Ten Gardening Blogs. 

A regular contributor to such publications as Backyard PoultryHobby Farm, and Chickens magazine, as well as HGTVGardens.com and BHG.com, Lisa has become the most trusted voice in natural chicken keeping. She has appeared on P. Allen Smith's radio and television programs, various local programs, and is currently hosting her own "chicken lifestyle" television show on Maine's WPTX-TV. She is the author of Let's Hatch Chicks!Gardening with ChickensFresh Eggs Daily, and Duck Eggs Daily, and tours the country speaking and signing books at the Mother Earth News and Country Living fairs.

Lisa lives on a small farm in Portland, Maine.