During my research about raising backyard chickens, I have encountered a lot of pros and cons.
Some think that it is expensive to groom the chickens just for the eggs because eggs can be pretty cheap in the stores, and others think that raising backyard chickens is a very good thing because the eggs are not laid by genetically modified chickens and it pays out in the end. I agree with the latter and only because of the healthy benefits of raising chickens in your own backyard but in time I have found out many more benefits.
Shannon Stansberry has been engaged in the business of raising chickens for more than 12 years. In 2016, she accomplished the Agriculture & Natural Resources program at Mt. San Antonio College. At present, she tends to more than 80 chickens on her 4-hectare farm. Shannon regularly shares her insights and experience on how to raise healthy and contented chickens on the platform Typesofchickens.com