The Chicken Encyclopedia
Brought to you by the author of Storey's Guide to Raising Chickens, Gail Damerow shows an illustrative and creative way to educate the beginner or hobbyist with "The Chicken Encyclopedia." Alphabetized from A to Z, the encyclopedia defines chicken breeds, colors, genetics, parts of the reproductive tract, digestive tract, skeletal system, and much more! If you have a question, Damerow has an answer! Easy, concise, and to the point, this book is a must for a beginner or backyard chicken owner. Everyone needs an encyclopedia devoted to chickens!
With detailed colorful photography and colored illustrations, Damerow is able to show types of feathers, feet, plumage, anatomy and has charts and tables to help with feed and breed choices based on characteristics. There are quizzes within the book for added pleasure. This encyclopedia is entertaining, enjoyable, and informative at the same time!
319 pages, full color with a mixture of color photography and illustrations