Egg Production with Urban Chickens: How to Raise Chickens in Your Backyard by Amber Richards

Ebook about raising chickens in your backyard. 4.5 star rating.

Egg production with urban chickens: how to raise chickens in your backyard

Product Description Egg Production with Urban Chickens: How to Raise Chickens in Your Backyard Product Description

Do you think you need a farm or need to live in the country to raise and keep 

Think again! Raising chickens has become increasingly more common in urban areas and the benefits are astounding. And if you worry that it is too much work or 
you’re better off just picking up a dozen at the grocery store, we've got some 
great news for you. 

Egg Production with Urban Chickens: How to Raise Chickens in Your Backyard takes all the guesswork and worry out of the process. This guide answers the most 
important questions, provides a process of setting up a new coop for your 
feathered flock, and in the end you’ll feel like a pro. Providing fresh, organic 
eggs for your family has never been easier. And knowing they’ve been produced in 
a humane and caring environment you created yourself is priceless. 
Take a peek at what’s inside: 
Reasons to raise your own chickens 
· Before you begin raising chickens

· What chicken breeds should you consider?

· Where to get your chickens

· Should you get a rooster?

· Setting up a chicken coop

· How many chickens should you have?

· Watering and Feeding your chickens

· Keeping your chickens healthy

· Important health precautions when raising backyard chickens

· Gathering and cleaning your chicken eggs

Caring for chickens is also an educational 4H project for children. These 
feathered friends have great personalities and they will teach responsibility 
and provide many bonding opportunities for the family as a whole. If you are 
contemplating raising chickens, look no further.

Genre: HOUSE & HOME / Sustainable Living

Secondary Genre: HOUSE & HOME / Do-It-Yourself / General

Language: English


Word Count: 6419

Sales info:

Book sales are between 10 -20 per month in ebooks.  The physical book is being made now, so no stats on that yet.  It has beautiful images and a 4.5 star rating.  

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #339,210 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

I will be also making this into a paperback edition through Babelcube (hopefully more commissions for your work you do once), and will set up a landing page for this book and promote it (as with all my books)

Sample text:

Many people have started eating organic, free-range eggs. As the price of these eggs has soared to over $4 a dozen in many areas, many individuals have started looking for a cheaper way to enjoy delicious, free-range eggs. Instead of purchasing the expensive organic eggs at the grocery store, more and more people are raising chickens in their backyards for egg production, even in urban areas.

If you’ve considered this you may be wondering how to begin. Are there laws that govern whether you can raise chickens in your backyard? What breeds should you consider if you want to raise chickens for eggs? Do you need a rooster, or can you just use hens? How do you set up a chicken coop? What should you feed your chickens?

There are so many questions that need to be answered if you have decided to raise your own chickens.  Before you head out to buy them, you’ll want to read through this helpful book. You will find the answers to the most commonly asked questions, making it easier for you to get started with your own backyard chickens.  From information on some recommended chicken breeds to helpful tips for cleaning your eggs, this book is your one-stop guide to getting started with your own small flock of chickens.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Vincent Oostelbos
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