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Dual Purpose Chickens: Raise ‘Em Like Your Grandma Did ~ An eBook

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Learn How To Raise Your Chickens The Old Fashioned Way

This past month I haven’t been quite as active in my posting, and I have felt so bad about it!  But it has been for big things, I have written my first eBook!!!

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When we first started raising chickens we knew we wanted to stick to simplicity as best as we could.  We wanted eggs and we wanted meat but we didn’t want two operations.

We wanted to be sustainable with our chickens, so decided on a dual purpose, heritage breed.

This eBook has been a labor of love, to provide you with the steps that we take to raise our chickens, from your first batch of chicks to the butchering process.  I’ve also included a mini cookbook at the end!

Grab a copy and let us know what you think!

See what Laura at You Should Grow thought about it!

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This post was shared on some of my favorite Blog Hops & Link Ups.

Lauren @ Hillsborough Homestead

Wednesday 18th of January 2017

I just recently learned you could have both (meat and eggs) and that it wasn't until recently that we began to separate the two. Looking forward to reading your book! Thanks for sharing with the Homestead Blog Hop. Hope to see you next Wednesday!

Staci Samuels

Wednesday 18th of January 2017

Thanks so much! It really is a great experience raising chickens this way! I hope you enjoy!

One Grace Filled Life

Tuesday 27th of December 2016

This is awesome, Staci! Chickens are such a fabulous, and relatively easy addition to any homestead! You did a great job at covering all the how to's for chicken keeping! ??

Katy SkipTheBag

Monday 26th of December 2016

Congratulations on your book! We've really enjoyed raising chickens so far. Thanks for sharing on the Waste Less Wednesday Hop!

Monica Mansfield

Sunday 18th of December 2016

Can't wait to read this! My goal is to have chickens next year so I'm researching all winter. Perfect timing!


Sunday 18th of December 2016

Thanks so much Monica! I hope it's helpful to you! This was such a fun project for me!