This publication is doing very well at the moment as the good life resurgence continues. Your Chickens is a simple concept and details everything you need if you are considering keeping chickens at home. There are classifieds to help you find the right suppliers and some great features written by those with years of eggsperience. From best breeds to housing and involving the children, as well as the best ways of keeping the sly foxes at bay, Your Chickens is an eggsellent magazine. Sorry.
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This is one of our favourite magazines at the moment. It's got it all, a big heart and a great conscience. This type of activity is also what the print magazine is made for - we can't see many downloads for the Your Chickens iPad edition...
Each issue will have advice for complete beginners and help you bring in the right chickens as well as look at hatching your own chicks. Disease, feeding options and coops are all heavily featured and there are plenty of articles aimed at children to get them involved. There are even egg recipes to help you use up the huge egg mountain that you'll be struggling with as your successful chicken rearing operation takes off.
It's also interesting to note just how the many breeds of chicken and fowl differ, from the almost ancient Speckled Sussex hen to the various Leghorn hybrids being developed for disease free and productive lives.
Here at Newsstand, we morally sit somewhere between giving them names and taking potshots at them from the bedroom window, but we really appreciate that this sort of hobby is the way forward. Get those wellies on and let's reintegrate our society with the animal kingdom, man. Beats a cat, surely?
So even if you don't have the space or really can't deal with all the excrement, someone in your life would appreciate a copy of Your Chickens mag, you know that much.