Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Writing About Chickens and Turkeys for Community

If you would like to read my latest posts about chickens and turkeys, I invite you to Community Chickens (  I contribute two articles per month there about our personal experiences.

In Fences Makes The Best Neighbor, I talk about moving our chicks from an inside brooder to the outside.  They live next to the older flock, but are separated (and protected) by a fence.  We had to do a lot of work to make this happen, but feel it is the best for all involved.

In Broad Breasted Turkeys Part 2, I also talk about moving the turkeys outside and the prep work that had to be done ahead of time.  We quickly learned that the fence wasn't tall enough ;-) 

About Community Chickens:
Community Chickens is committed to creating a community made up of every breed of poultry enthusiast, whether you’re just thinking about raising these fascinating creatures or you’ve had them your entire life.
For this community blog, we bring together experts from our sister publications Mother Earth News and Grit magazines, as well as the prestigious The Livestock Conservancy and Joining them is a community of writers from all over the country who are excited to share both their experiences and their tips with our readers.
You’ll find posts on a wide variety of topics, such as:

  • Everything you need to know about raising chickens in the city, including tips on how to legalize it in your community
  • Humorous stories from writers raising chickens for the first time, and discovering just how much personality their poultry really have.
  • How to raise different breeds of chickens and other poultry such as heritage chickens, guineas, turkeys and ducks.
  • The newest and best chicken products on the market.
  • And much, much more!
Visit Community Chickens to sign up to receive their weekly FREE e-newsletter.  In it you will find great information, awesome give aways, and articles from their contributors (including mine).

Hope to see you over there!
- Lori

1 comment:

  1. Great information on there and great posts, Lori Leigh. When it comes time to get chickens, I'll have all the information I need. Thank you :)



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