Backyard Chickens eBook

$5.95

Would You Like To Know How To Raise Chickens In Your Own Backyard For Self-Sufficiency And Extra Income?

Now you can, interested well read on...
 
 

Table of Contents:
Set Realistic Expectations .....................................9
Free Range vs Free Run ........................................14
Maintain a Flock’s Continuity .................................18
Never Neglect Their Care and Maintenance .............22
Manage Waste Properly ........................................24
Processing Poultry Products .................................27
Reduce Your Food Cost ........................................30
How To Make Money With Chickens .................... 32
The Ultimate Childhood Companion .......................35
Maintain a Mild Setting .........................................36
Conclusion ..........................................................38
Resources ...........................................................39
 

Sample Of The Content Inside Backyard Chickens:

Introduction

When it comes to birds domesticated and kept for their eggs, meat, or feathers, no poultry is more popular worldwide than the chicken.

In fact, there are about eight chickens for every human being on the planet, with more than 60 billion chickens raised annually.

Smaller than the vast majority of other commonplace livestock like cattle, pigs, or sheep, chickens are generally considered to be both the easiest working animals to upkeep and the most efficient producers per square foot.

As communities become increasingly reliant on local restaurants and grocery stores for their food security, more and more families are choosing to turn unused backyard space into their very own chicken farm.

Even outside of food production, chickens continue to grow in popularity both as pets and, thanks to their colorful plumage, as competitive show animals.

Combined with organic raised beds or larger scale foodscaping, choosing to invest in poultry farming remains one of the most productive uses for almost any backyard, big or small.

As egg producers, chickens have no equal in the modern world. Worldwide, hens laid more than 62 million metric tons of eggs in 2009. By 2017, that figure increased to more than 80 million.

Every aspect of the chicken egg is edible, including the shell, which can be finely ground into a natural calcium supplement.

When cooked, a single 100-gram egg serving contains more than 12 grams of protein, 46% Daily Value of Vitamin B12, 42% DV of B2, and only one carb.

In terms of meat production, chickens can be prepared to fit almost any cultural cuisine. With the simple addition of spices, sauces, or side dishes, chicken meat can be baked, grilled, fried, barbecued, or even.....
 

End Of Sample Texts:
 

You’ll also be getting a high converting squeeze page that you can use to build your list!

You’ll also be getting 7 done-for-you PLR follow-up emails that you can pop into your Autoresponder and start sending to your new subscribers immediately after they join your email list!
 

 Sample of these Backyard Chickens "follow-up" Autoresponder Messages:

Subject: Commercial Poultry Agriculture

Hello,

Commercial agriculture is an essential
infrastructure, providing billions of people
with daily sustenance. In this regard, poultry
production is no different.

However, chicken factory-farms have a long
history of abuses, violations, and questionable
policies.

The alarming state of the poultry industry has
more and more families opting to source
chicken products from smaller, healthier farmers.

According to the World Watch Institute, 74% of
the world's poultry meat and 68% of eggs are
produced intensively, i.e., produced with the
chickens completely confined to tiny cages.

At just a day old, hens are debeaked to prevent
pecking. Scientific studies have shown that beak
trimming is likely to cause both acute and
chronic pain for the birds.

When hens naturally reach the age where they
no longer produce eggs, some farms attempt to
restart the chickens ability to lay:

Factory-farms starve the birds for up to two weeks,
forcing them to lose their feathers and a third of their
weight.

This painful process is called Force-Moulting.
Many commercially farmed chickens are put
through the torture multiple times. In 2003,
more than 75% of all flocks were moulted in the US.

Since the 1950s, factory-farms have used antibiotics
to increase production. As a result, a quarter of
commercial chickens are resistant to five or more
antibiotic medications.

Due to the use of antibiotics and the disgusting
condition of industrial farms, disease is a major
concern with commercially available chicken.

Studies have shown that up to 99% of supermarket
chicken meat tests positive for E. coli. In 2012,
nearly half of all retail chicken was found to include
fecal matter.

Because factory-farms allow chickens to be saturated
in their own waste, most commercial egg producers
are forced to wash the eggs before packaging. This
removes the protective cuticle, leaving the egg more
vulnerable to disease.

If insufficient refrigeration occurs during any extended
length of time during the packaging, transport, or
display of store-bought eggs, the infection of
salmonella becomes almost inevitable.

The United Nations reports that factory-farms provide
ideal conditions for the Avian Flu to spread and mutate
into a more dangerous form.

Studies have shown that small scale, backyard chicken
keeping reduces these potential disease risks.

Access to your own urban poultry is the most reliable
way to know how healthy your family's chicken products
are.

Moreover, by managing your own flock, you can help to
reduce the social reliance on unnecessary cruelty found
in commercial factory-farms.

Tomorrow, we'll take a look at picking the right bird feed
for your backyard chicken flock.

Until then,

{YOUR NAME HERE}
 
 

These 7 affiliate marketing PLR emails have a total word count of: 2100 words
 

*** Package Includes ready sales materials!***
 

*******************************************
THIS IS AN ELECTRONIC DOWNLOAD EBOOK
File Size:  1.29 MB
*******************************************

You Will have full MASTER RESELL RIGHTS with this purchase

Resell License:
******************************************
[YES]    Can be sold
[YES]    Can be used for personal use
[YES]    Can be packaged with other products
[YES]    Can modify/change the sales letter
[YES]    Can modify/change the graphics and ecover
[YES]    Can be added into paid membership websites
[YES]    Can put your name on the sales letter
[YES]    Can be offered as a bonus
[YES]    Can be used to build a list
[YES]    Can print/publish offline
[YES]    Can convey and sell Personal Use Rights
[YES]    Can convey and sell Resale Rights
[YES]    Can convey and sell Master Resale Rights
 

[NO]    Cannot modify/change the main product
[NO]    Cannot be given away for free
[NO]    Cannot be added to free membership websites
[NO]    Cannot convey and sell Private Label Rights

****************************************
 

PRODUCT DOWNLOAD!
Order now and once your payment is verified, you can download your product.
Note: You will be sent the login details to get full access to your download products!
 
 

REQUIREMENTS - Very Important:

Computer Operating Systems this software is compatible with:
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 8.1
Windows 10
 
 

WHATS INCLUDED IN THIS PRODUCT:
1. The valuable "Backyard Chickens" eBook in PDF Format
2. Resell Licence
3. Sample Sales Copy Text similar to above.
4. A Squeeze Page Advert.
5. Seven autoresponder sales email texts.
6. Instructions on using the autoresponder emails.
 
 

copyright(c)2021, Joolrod Services, all rights reserved.
 


Add to Cart:

  • Model: PLR1010
  • 100 Units in Stock


Ask a question about this item

Please Choose:

Download Master Resell





This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 02 September, 2021.

Your IP Address is: 34.231.247.88
Copyright © 2022 Joolrod Services. Powered by Zen Cart