Raising Chickens

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Raising Chicken for Eggs & Meat

What do chickens eat – which are the best egg laying chickens?

Chicken raising tips for urban chicken raising



Raising Chickens – it all starts with raising baby chicks – is definitely not like raising Cain. Though sometimes it may be, especially if one errant bird decides to engage in a little flying. For the larger part, to rise egg laying chickens has been a large and pleasant occupation and also a very profitable one too which could end easily in commercial chicken farming. Raising baby chickens for the purpose of eating its flesh and its eggs have been an occupation with man since time immemorial. Little has changed with the passing of time and even today in this 21st century, this is still one of the chief ways through which people all over the world remain self sufficient for their supply of meat and eggs. This lively hood has to be protected and to do this one requires the use of chicken coops. Be it in the barn or simply on one’s backyard raising chickens has a lot of interesting work involved in it.


If one is to raise chickens in one’s own barnyard, there is nothing simpler than doing so. One does not need to read a guide to raising chickens as most of the work to be done is very obvious. Chickens are not fussy creatures and their needs are pretty simple. Chicken raising requires a clean chicken coop and an enclosed perimeter within which the chickens can be allowed to roam at will. Raising meat chickens is a question of space to scratch about for their worms and grubs. They also need space to chase one another and all these are amply provided by and enclosure provided that the enclosure is fairly large. In case there is dearth for space, one has to make do with a chicken coop attached with a chicken run.


Raising chicken backyard

Perhaps raising chickens at home can involve having a tiered chicken coop which allows a little bit of flying without the dangers of flying away. For more information on raising chickens for meat or raising chickens for eggs or simply to know different facts and figures about chickens, one has to log on to the website Raising Chickens. This website promotes the book ‘Incredible Chickens: The Complete Guide to raising chickens at Home in your Backyard.’ Written by Martin Ashway, who is raising chickens for a living, the entire book is full of practical wisdom garnered from different people who gave him timely pointers when he started the business of raising chickens at home right in his own backyard, many years ago.


Eggs are good protein contributors and proteins are the essential body builders of our cells. This book shows how to get one’s chickens to lay the best eggs by providing amply for their needs. He shows how home grown meat is low on the bad proteins and are higher in their healthy fat content when compared with chickens grown commercially. He shows that using natural control methods reduces the need of having to use potent drugs to maintain the chickens, germ free and shows how this can promote a healthier lifestyle. He shows how raising chickens at home help contribute to making a greener planet and he proves that raising chickens at home is a great stress buster as they prove to be family pets too.


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