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One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 11 Jan 2011, 19:05
by grenhouse
Have just been loaned a brilliant book by someone at work. The book one hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human by Diane Parker. This is a funny and quirky book, written for chickens to train us. Sections such as fowl play, pullet power and broody and moody really really made me laugh, and it takes a lot :x hehe

Try and have a read if you can!

Steve

Re: One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 11 Jan 2011, 22:37
by laffinfowl
Sounds like it could be worth a look. :-k

Re: One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 12 Jan 2011, 21:06
by grenhouse
It really is quite comical. Talks about (obviously aimed at the chicken) not to worry about making its nest in the morning as your human will clean it up. Sometimes your human will just shake an empty tub, don't be fooled, make sure you get everything you can from them! I have been known to do the tapping the empty tub thing! poor chucks

Re: One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 22 Jan 2011, 19:18
by craftycarper
like the sound of that will have asearch on the net now :grin:

Re: One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 23 Jan 2011, 02:30
by NCOTB
Sounds like a fun read :lol:

Re: One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 02 Mar 2011, 20:21
by trickywoo
I have this book, its great to just leave in the smallest room, very funny and so true......... :lol:

Re: One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 17 Mar 2011, 10:54
by heneypenny
i bought this for a friend, and wanted to keep it for myself! he he

Re: One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 31 Mar 2012, 08:39
by Corganchild
Bought this from a charity shop yesterday! Fun read.

Re: One hundred ways for a chicken to train it's human

PostPosted: 24 Jun 2015, 01:01
by carachick
It is physically quite a small book but certainly amusing. Here is one of the pieces of advice it gives to chickens "Free range means you have the right to roam. However you choose to do it, escape on a regular basis and refuse to return until you are ready."