Choosing and Keeping Chickens

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Choosing and Keeping Chickens

Postby Big D » 04 May 2010, 14:12

Bought the book "Choosing and Keeping Chickens by Chris Graham" at the weekend.

For a basic book about chicken keeping it's one of the best i've seen.
All the basic care/housing/health issues are dealt with in the first half. The second section has a good colour picture and then a brief synopsis containing most of the common chicken breeds.

Good book especially for novice back garden keepers.

Available through Amazon........just click on the Amazon link on the forum ;)
Big D
 
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Re: Choosing and Keeping Chickens

Postby lazaf » 14 May 2010, 10:49

Hi Big D ,

I've got this one too and I think Chris Graham is the guy who runs the practical poultry magazine which is a great read (albeit a little over-priced). Do you know of any books which detail all the hybrid "breeds" , by any chance?
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Re: Choosing and Keeping Chickens

Postby Big D » 17 May 2010, 19:44

Yes you're right he's the boss man at PP.
I don't unfortunately. All the books I have seen just have a tiny bit at the back about hybrids :(
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Re: Choosing and Keeping Chickens

Postby lazaf » 18 May 2010, 10:27

Yes I'm finding the same thing. Maybe I should write one myself :P
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Re: Choosing and Keeping Chickens

Postby lauraf » 28 May 2010, 20:15

just bought this book for myself after seeing it on here. ;)
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Re: Choosing and Keeping Chickens

Postby lazaf » 30 May 2010, 13:29

I find the book great - was it informative for you? I am a complete beginner so it spelt things out in layman's terms which I found was just what I needed.
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Re: Choosing and Keeping Chickens

Postby lauraf » 04 Jun 2010, 18:47

lazaf wrote:I find the book great - was it informative for you? I am a complete beginner so it spelt things out in layman's terms which I found was just what I needed.


i thought it was fab too. :grin:
lauraf
 
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