PetAbility Podcast

How to Pick Up Chicks and Other Chick Tips with "The Chicken Lady," Gretchen Munafo

June 15, 2021 PetAbility Season 2 Episode 12
PetAbility Podcast
How to Pick Up Chicks and Other Chick Tips with "The Chicken Lady," Gretchen Munafo
Show Notes

Whoever thought that raising backyard chickens could be such a hoot (sorry, owl friends!)? Listen to "The Chicken Lady" a.k.a. Gretchen Mufano as she shares her pearls (sorry, oyster friends!) of wisdom about the benefits of having a backyard flock, considerations before procuring your new chicks, proper housing for your ladies, and the nutritional requirements for your feathered friends. You will be so infinitely informed and thoroughly entertained that you will be cluckin' glad you did - you are welcome, chicken friends!!

Reach out to The Chicken Lady at Chickadee Seed & Feed!

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