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Permaculture Chicken: Incubation Handbook

Permaculture chickenThe vote was tied, so I decided to write both Permaculture Chicken and Garden Ecology at the same time, splitting the books up into bite-size segments and churning them out in whatever order suits my fancy.  The topic I was most excited to write about first was incubation...which may be why this ebook kept expanding until it was twice the size of my Weekend Homesteader ebooks.  Who knew there was so much to write about cute chicks?

Permaculture Chicken: Incubation Handbook is now available for 99 cents from Amazon's Kindle store.  If you have Amazon Prime, you can also borrow the book for free.  No matter how you read it, many thanks in advance if you can find the time to write a brief review.  I don't know if you realize it, but it's your reviews and early purchases that have helped my ebooks reach thousands of new eyes.
Incubation cover
As usual, I'm also very glad to email you a free pdf copy if you don't have the spare cash, or just don't want to deal with downloading an app so you can enjoy the ebook on your computer or phone.  Simply email me with your request --- no strings attached.  (I will add you to my very low traffic book emailing list unless you ask me not to.)

Stay tuned at noon all week as I hit the book's highlights as this week's lunchtime series.  But there is way too much in my Incubation Handbook to fit into a few short posts, so I hope you'll give the whole thing a read, if only to enjoy the 90 plus photos and the chapter on pasturing young chicks.


Chicken incubation bookThis post is part of our Chicken Incubation lunchtime series.  Read all of the entries:





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About us: Anna Hess and Mark Hamilton spent over a decade living self-sufficiently in the mountains of Virginia before moving north to start over from scratch in the foothills of Ohio. They've experimented with permaculture, no-till gardening, trailersteading, home-based microbusinesses and much more, writing about their adventures in both blogs and books.



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