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In this book, the author describes experiences she and her husband have had with backyard chickens, first with neighbor chickens and then with their own. She explains what they did, how they did it, and why they chose to let their chickens be free-range. Based on several years of observation, she talks about the pecking…;





In this book, the author describes experiences she and her husband have had with backyard chickens, first with neighbor chickens and then with their own. She explains what they did, how they did it, and why they chose to let their chickens be free-range. Based on several years of observation, she talks about the pecking order dynamics and chicken behaviors towards one another, other animals and people. She also takes a trip down memory lane and tells about the natural progression from her longtime interest in whole foods to backyard chickens and vegetable gardening in their one-acre piece of land in College Station, Texas.



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