Since you work in a Library, can you suggest a good book for me to read?
I'm a working girl, all right! And I do have a library at my disposal for times when one of the other girls is taking too long on the THRONE of PREFERENCE - the favorite nest box! (We DO have 6 next boxes, but we all want the same ONE. At the same TIME.) Reading helps pass the time, you know, while we're standing there with legs crossed, trying not to loose an egg!
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"KEEP CHICKENS! TENDING SMALL FLOCKS IN CITIES, SUBURBS & OTHER SMALL SPACES " written by Barbara Kilarski. A very good little book, only 150 pages, but covers most of the "ins and outs" of keeping a few hens in the country or the burbs. It's entertaining, telling of the authors personal hens and how she transformed her yard from a concrete patio to a haven of relaxation and enjoyment! Great EGG recipes, too!
Two of my favorite reads, and NO YOLKS about it!
Cluckin' Good Day 2 You!