Thanks to Norton Creek Press for re-printing another wise, but out-of-print book!
It is informative, sensible, easy to understand, it contains lots of building diagrams/designs that have been proven and used.
My husband learned how to design and build a quality hen house that keeps my hens healthy, happy, safe, DRY!
fascinating book, lots of great information, especially for the novice chicken ownerPublished 1 month ago by P. Christensen
I have been building your standard Chicken House for years, and I was surprised to learn how much more there was to learn about them! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steven Walls
This really is the bible of the right way to house chickens. Of course, we all have to adapt it, but don't go overboard adapting! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kerri L.
My husband didn't want to buy a coop but make one. I bought this because I liked the fresh air concept. Read morePublished 7 months ago by noraa
Excellent guide to open air coops includes dimensions and drawings. Oldie but goodie! Large and small coop designs along with history and why open fresh air is acceptable coops... Read morePublished 8 months ago by C. Moore
Got this for my husband of his birthday. Excellent reference book and still applicable today's poultry raising. We have used a number of ideas from this book on our farm.Published 13 months ago by Rebecca Neilson
It has been many years since I raised Chickens, So when my husband wanted to start raising chickens they started out in our kitchen in a box, with a light, with feeders and waters,... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dottie Shank Barnett
Looking for a book to help us narrow down how we want to build our chicken coop. Loved the history of the book - early 1900's. Read morePublished 14 months ago by William O.
Great historical reference tool and it contains some good ideas for "modern " housing for chickens and other types of fowl.Published 15 months ago by Jimmy Ponds