How To Handle & Determine a Quality Breeding Chicken

Wonderful video here with Jeannette Beranger from The Livestock Conservancy, she teaches Farmer George how to breed a better chicken and build a stronger flock. A perfect how-to for beginning backyard farmers or the seasoned pro.

Watch as they cover how to hold a chicken so it feels comfy and safe, and factors to look at in your flock for determining when hens and roosters should be kept for breeding purposes and which go into the soup pot.

How to Breed a Better Chicken

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