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Fall 2011 Issue - Table of Contents
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Chickens: Fall 2011

Poultry Profiles: Fancy Fowl
What these five breeds lack in production, they make up for with their interesting appearance.
By Sue Weaver

Coop Corner: A Nip in the Air 
As fall’s chill descends on your chickens, make sure they stay safe and warm by performing these winter-prep chores.
By Wendy Bedwell-Wilson

The Basics of Biosecurity
How you handle everyday scenarios can affect your flock’s health.
By Cherie Langlois

Help: I Have Too Many Hens!
There are several options to decreasing your flock numbers, especially once some hens move past their prime egg-laying years.
By Sheri McGregor

Going All Natural
Understanding what "natural” really means can make the difference in your family’s and your chicken’s health.
By Cynthia F. Amidon

Building with a Budget
Using found materials, you can create a great coop for your birds.  
By Jay Rossier

Yes, You Can (and Preserve)
When you have plenty of poultry, what do you do with all the meat? Easy: Preserve it!
By Wendy Bedwell-Wilson

Fowl Language
By Kristina Mercedes Urquhart

The Chicken Keepers
By Cyndi Lieske

Recipe Roundup
By September Morn

A Healthy Henhouse
By Patty Khuly, VMD MBA 

A Passion for Poultry
By P. Allen Smith

Chicken Scratch
News & Notes
The Farmers Market Shopper Section
Poultry Products
Clucker Calendar
Advertising Index
Gallery Advertising
Classified Advertising

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The chicken on the cover of the Chicken edition is a Silver Wyndotte
Cheryl, Springtown, TX
Posted: 10/18/2011 11:38:10 AM
what kind of chicken is on cover of Chickens-fall 2011?
susan, marine city, MI
Posted: 8/28/2011 5:27:36 PM
I love this magazine!!! my cousin and i have chickens and do many things that are in these magazines. Hope to find more of them in stores though.
Erin, Bloomington, IN
Posted: 8/21/2011 12:39:35 PM
I would like to see Chickens Magazine offered as a subscription magazine. It is a great magazine, but not sold in too many places locally.
Walter, Bremerton, WA
Posted: 8/19/2011 8:28:10 AM
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