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I’m Finally Getting Chickens…
by Dan Carpenter
For several years, I’ve wanted to raise chickens, so that I can be more self-sufficient.
Because raising backyard chickens provides you with sustainable eggs and meat. Eggs and meat are protein-rich calorie sources that don’t depend on a grocery store or elaborate trucking system, and can keep you alive if necessary.
Seems pretty straightforward right?
What kind of chickens should I buy? What type of chicken coop is best for me? Is organic feed really worth paying extra for? What do I do when it starts freezing outside? What if my chickens stop laying eggs? What if they get sick? What if chickens are against my zoning ordinances?
In fact, a lot of my friends think the idea of backyard chickens is just plain stupid–something only a true redneck would ever do. That leaves us with the options of either: searching the internet for answers to one question at a time, or seeking out a stranger and somehow arranging a field trip to go check out their operation. Neither one of which is super appealing.
…Enter “Permaculture Chickens”
He talked about the best breeds for egg-laying and broilers, the smartest ways to save money on chicken feed, the smartest housing options he’s seen, the most common problems that happen to beginning chicken keepers, which herbs can help your chickens lay higher quality eggs, and much more.
He also mentioned that he had a masterclass that walked students through the ENTIRE process, from “hatchling to the plate”
I enrolled in the class, and was BLOWN AWAY.
In Just a Couple Short Days I Learned:
- Which chicken breeds make the best layers
- Which breeds are best for broilers
- 20 ways to feed your chickens for free
- How to winterize my flock
- 3 solid options for chicken houses (and EXACTLY how to build them!)
- How to humanely slaughter and butcher a chicken
- The most crucial part to establishing young chicks
- How to set up your chicken brooder
Here’s What The Heavy Hitters Are Saying:
So, What’s Included?
- A full 2 hours and 30 minutes of video tutorials, covering feed types, housing, disease management, breeding chickens for a profit, and everything else you need to know to raise chickens.
- The “Up and Running” bare essentials checklist for chickens
- Creative feeds worksheet
- Complete plans and step by step building instructions for building a “Chickshaw”, chicken tractor, bucket nest, and dust box.
- The “Herbifying Your Flock” complete starter plan (including specific recommendations for 29 common herbs)
- 5 Stages of Breeding checklist
Plus These Bonuses:
- Bonus video: Complete Winter Management For Your Small Flock
- Bonus video: Incorporating Homestead Ducks
What Is The Investment?
And you know what… a lot of times it’s still worth it! If you come away with tips and skills that will end up saving you time and money for years to come, then it’s a smart investment.
Luckily, the Permaculture Chickens masterclass is even better.
Because it can be sent to you without the costs of attend in-person, “event overhead”, you get the complete course and all the bonuses for $69.
The value is insane. The course covers EVERYTHING, in an incredibly simple, approachable way. You get special tips from industry experts like Joel Salatin. And most importantly, this course helps you take action.
Whether you’re just barely getting started, or have had a small flock for a little while, and need a flock “tune up”, Permaculture Chickens is the answer.
Frequently Asked Questions:
The digital film is HUGE. Will I be able to download it?
Can I download the film onto my iPad or tablet?
Can I access my stuff, even if I don't download it right away?
Do I have to download the film to watch it again?
I lost my digital file of the film, can I access it again?
Sure, just find your email receipt from “Abundant Permaculture” (from the day you purchased), and the link to your product will be there.
If, after watching the film, I’d like to know more about______. What should I do?
Justin gives out his email readily, and welcome questions. Email him: Justin at AbundantPermaculture dot com. You can also email him directly, if you are interested in visiting his farm, or if you are interested in having him speak or consult.