Startup Rents Chickens To Aspiring Farmers

Startup Rents Chickens To Aspiring Farmers
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Rent the Chicken gives aspiring backyard farmers a chance to give the coop a season-long test run before making the commitment.

Kristen Nozell
  • 1 october 2013

The past several years have seen a rise in backyard farming, and specifically in chicken raising. The allure is obvious; there is a rustic appeal to the idea of waking up to fresh eggs every morning, knowing that they’re natural and straight from your garden. But many amateur farmers don’t understand the full obligations of chicken ownership before taking the plunge, and the birds wind up dying from neglect, or are sent to animal shelters.

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