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The Ultimate Guide to Raising Farm Animals
A Complete Guide to Raising Chickens, Pigs, Cows, and More
By Laura Childs, By Jennifer Megyesi, By Jessie Shiers, By Kate Rowinski, By Michael Levatino, By Audrey Levatino
(Skyhorse Publishing)
Imagine putting together a big breakfast using eggs straight from your own chickens and bacon from the pig. This is an ideal that many dream of but few ever get to experience. Now, with The Ultimate Guide to Raising Farm Animals, that dream can become a reality, and so much more. In The Ultimate Guide... [READ MORE]
The Joy of Keeping Farm Animals
The Ultimate Guide to Raising Your Own Food
By Laura Childs
(Skyhorse Publishing)
When the going gets rough, the rough . . . start raising their own food. In the first full-color guide of its kind, author and small farm owner Laura Childs reveals exactly what it takes to start raising your own animals, including chickens, geese, goats, sheep, pigs, and cows. Childs discusses what... [READ MORE]
The Joy of Keeping Goats
The Ultimate Guide to Dairy and Meat Goats
By Laura Childs
(Skyhorse Publishing)
Goats are easy to care for and a low-investment choice for anyone wishing to live out rural dreams or add to an existing stable. The Joy of Keeping Goats offers practical advice, clear guidelines, and wonderful anecdotes from author and self-sustainer Laura Childs. In her book, she walks readers step-by-step... [READ MORE]
The Joy of Keeping Farm Animals
Raising Chickens, Goats, Pigs, Sheep, and Cows
By Laura Childs
(Skyhorse Publishing)
A second edition of the beloved guide to farm animals.When the going gets tough, the tough . . . start raising their own food. In the first full-color guide of its kind, author and small farm owner Laura Childs reveals exactly what it takes to start raising your own animals, including chickens, geese,... [READ MORE]
The Joy of Keeping Goats
The Ultimate Guide to Dairy and Meat Goats
By Laura Childs
(Skyhorse Publishing)
What’s not to love about goats? They will feed you, clean up the overgrown mess in the fields, and take long hikes with you while carrying your supplies. They will make you laugh when you’re sad, provide extra income for even the smallest farm, carry you to town and back in a little cart, and perhaps... [READ MORE]
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