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Benefits of Chicken Farming

Posted by ricpon456 Washington (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 3, 09 at 8:58

Chicken Farming is a good idea to start your own part time basis business and Its very benificial business. There are many benefits of chicken farming, such as a Fresh eggs, fantastic pets, lower space, lower food cost; Also Chicken Farming have less maintenance required than other pets.

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RE: Benefits of Chicken Farming

Went to the website expecting an article on chicken farming and it is a chicken supply site-nothing to do with the subject. It is against the by-laws of this site to promote a 'goods for sale site'.

Chicken farming isn't all Rosy, as you probably have seen by the many frantic post pleading for advice--things happen. We get thru them together-sharing a wealth of information and years of first hand experience.

To compete on a large scale-most of us can't--cost of buying feed has gone thru the roof--unless you raise all your own grains and have a grist mill to grind and blend all the required nutrients in the proper proportions--it's next to impossible.

There are many people that are trying to get back to basics. They will pay a good price for home grown fresh chicken that is clean of all the 'additives' most commercial chicken have. Can one get rich doing this-probably not-but you can enjoy a less stressful life that yields a greater satisfaction.

RE: Benefits of Chicken Farming

What, no little chicken overalls and straw hats for the chicken farmers to wear?! My roo will be SO disappointed...

Yeah, this is just some business that registered and posted this badly-worded post the same day in order to plug their site.

Also, posting that kind of message in here is like jumping up and shouting, 'Hey, look the sun is bright and warm! And it helps you SEE!' Duh.

Bleah, nothing to see here, move on. :)

Velvet ~:>

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