The imaginatively titled 'Keeping Chickens Newsletter' is a free
backyard chickens magazine that can be read online (or downloaded
as a pdf to be viewed or printed offline) and aims to be a source
of information and entertainment for the chicken enthusiast - i.e.
anyone who has ever kept, or even looked into, keeping chickens!
The success of the Keeping Chickens Newsletter (we've
recently passed our seventh year of publication!) is in large part
due to our wonderful subscribers from all over the world who send
in their coop photos, stories and other chicken related bits and
pieces each month. I don't think any of us would say we were chicken
'experts' but the combined knowledge and sharing of experiences
has proved to be both entertaining and educational.
To subscribe simply enter your name and email in the
form on the right. Within a few minutes you will then receive an
email from me asking you to confirm your subscription (confirmation
is simply clicking a link in the email). You can also then choose
your username and password for the subscribers area to access all
the past issues (more than 7 years worth!).
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The keeping Chickens Newsletter is a free online magazine
published twice a month with photos, tips and stories from
subscribers all over the world. To subscribe just enter your
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Nola Kelsey : Pullet parenthood is as much of an adventure
as child rearing, only with more feces per pound of body weight.
However, I've been reading quite a bit on poultry matters.
[Yes, my coolness just turned over in its grave.] So if I
am correct and I am quite certain I am not, this is how chicken
rearin' goes. Click
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Keeping Chickens Newsletter Highlights
Dangers Of Heat Lamps Kristi : I've enjoyed reading your newsletter and seeing
the great stories, tips, and photos your readers share. I
have a tragic story that I want to share with your readers
in hopes that it doesn't happen to anyone else.
Marva L. Weigelt : Before you jump to conclusions, let me
assure you that extravagant executive bonuses will not be
a concern; the Happiest Chicken CEO (fondly known as Big Mama,
No Feathers or less respectfully as Mother Clucker) doesn't
even get a salary, let alone an annual bonus. Click
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Willie & Barbara Bell : When the both of them are away
from the pups, she eating or drinking, the bitch outside resting,
and the pups start to yap the hen would go to their aid or
if we were to walk toward the stall when she is out she would
rush ahead of us to protect the pups.
"Thank you so very much! This is another
GREAT newsletter! You have a splendifferous online pubblication."
"Great newsletter! Fantastic photos and
stories. I especially liked the "portable coop" story - great
ideas in there!" Julia Kelly
"Gina-I just had to email and let you
know how much I enjoy the newsletter! Honest to god everything
comes to a halt until I get to go through it page by page." Kim
"Thank you once again for a wonderful,
witty and informative newsletter."TJReiki
"I am just dashing off this note to tell
you how GREAT a job you are doing, providing a warm hearth for
lovers of chickens..." Bill Rose
"I really appreciate all your news letters.
I am very new at keeping chickens and your input has been brilliant.
Keep them coming, i am eternally grateful." Love Sara xxxxxxxxxxxx
"I'm so excited to have found your newsletter. I am a novice
and am reading everything I can find. I am starting to work on a coop
and nesting boxes but wont order chicks until the spring. I'm especially
interested in finding creative ie: inexpensive nesting box ideas.
I'm starting off small and dont want to invest alot until we see if
the chickens like the way we raise them! LOL" Bonnie
"Thanks so much for the newsletter. I find it very fun and informative
to read. I'm starting out new - building a coop, nesting boxes, brooding
box, etc. I hope to have 6 pullet chicks soon. I'll probably have
some questions later. Thanks!" Randy
"As always, a great newsletter. Thank you so much for all of
the information we get from it. We have enjoyed the chickens so
much that we put in an order for more. My husband calls them his
girls. It is rather funny, if you knew him like I do you would see
the humour in it. We are so glad that we found your site!!!!"
Hi Gina, "I really enjoy your newsletter, even though I have
no chickens - we are not allowed to raise them in my town. Nevertheless,
I so enjoy the lovely chicken pictures and I get a lot out of the
informations. We had chickens when I was a child, and maybe one
of these days, I'll have my own. Till then, I'll just read your
newletter. Keep up the good work!" Marianne
"Hi Gina, I like your newsletter. It is interesting and very
informative. I appreciate all your hard work." Sincerely, Joe
"Thank you so much!!! I'm really enjoying
"Just read the newsletter and wanted
to write and tell you what a joy it is. It's been a year since
we started receiving it and it's grown tremendously. I can tell
you put your heart into it and I am very proud to receive it."
"I want to thank you for your very informative
newsletter. I signed up recently and have had a great time reading
through the back issues, I especially enjoy the photos send
in by your readers of their chickens and coops." Barb Gates