A Kid’s Guide to Keeping Chickens- Tour Stop #10 + Giveaway

March 24, 2015


Good morning. Thank you for joining us again for the last stop on the book tour celebrating the release of my first book, A Kid’s Guide to Keeping Chickens. Today, we are visiting Chris at Laughing Crow & Company. You may recognize Chris as a talented writer, homesteader, artisan and now flower farmer! She has just launched her new website. Take a peek, it’s darling!
In case you missed any of the fabulous bloggers on the tour, here is where we hopped about the past two weeks!  There’s even a giveaway in there for a chicken coop. Enjoy!
Tuesday, March 10th:
the garden-roof coop
Wednesday, March 11th:
Thursday, March 12th:
Iron Oak Farm
Friday, March 13th:
Gardens & Chickens & Worms, Oh My!
Monday, March 16th:
Dandelion House
Tuesday, March 17th:
Louise’s Country Closet
Wednesday, March 18th:
Chicken Art
Thursday, March 19th:
The Chicken Chick
Friday, March 20th:
My Pet Chicken
Monday, March 23rd:
Laughing Crow & Company

Luv Nest is also helping us to celebrate. They are giving away “Your Choice” of one of their 5 herbal blends to 5 lucky winners. Choose from Nibbles, Layer Herbal Blend, Critter Ritter Blend, Luv Nest Chick Mix, or the Luv Nest Original Blend. Enter below.

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14 thoughts on “A Kid’s Guide to Keeping Chickens- Tour Stop #10 + Giveaway”

  1. I'd LOVE to win the luv nest chick mix!! I'm picking up my chicks from a local hatchery in April and since this is my first year of having backyard chickens, I'm trying to read up on everything I need to keep them happy and healthy. These herbal blends sound wonderful!

  2. Just wanted to stop by and say that your idea to write a book for kids on how they can keep chickens is such a wonderful idea, and a wonderful topic! Chickens are fantastic pets for kids, and kids can work with their pet chickens beyond just the daily chores and interaction that chickens provide. There's 4H and FFA and other projects kids and their chickens can be a part of, that teach wonderful lessons that last a lifetime. Kids that raise animals and have these extra projects in these organizations seem to grow to wonderful adults who continue to keep living the good life and participating in their communities to make them better places to live. Thanks again!


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