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Episode 37

Storey Publishing

by | Dec 18, 2020 | Featured, Interviews

From Meyer Hatchery it’s The Coop – where we talk all things poultry in hopes of inspiring crazy chicken keepers and educating future flock owners. I’m your host Kendra and on the show today we share a place where you can find expert instruction, friendly encouragement, and a welcoming group of people who are committed to helping you gain the know-how and problem-solving skills you’re seeking. 

Where does such a place exist? Surprising, on your bookshelf thanks to Storey Publishing. With a focus on practical books for creative self-reliance, covering subjects from homesteading to health and well being, I’m joined by publisher Deborah Balmuth as we discover the value and joy Storey Publishing has created in every home.

Hosts & Guests

Kendra
From Meyer Hatchery

Deborah Balmuth

From Storey Publishing

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 Resources

Storey Publishing Books
20% Discount | Code: STOREY20

Discount valid only on Meyer Hatchery Website through the link provided above. Expires 12/31/20 No Cash Value.

Episode 11: Adam Danforth
Buy The Book: Butchering Chickens 

Episode 22: Gail Damerow
Buy The Book: Chicken Health Handbook

 Resources

Deborah’s Favorites on Storey Publishing:

Storey’s Curious Compendium of Practical and Obscure Skills

Farm Anatomy

Fermented Vegetables

Books Coming in 2021

Growing Under Cover – From the author The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener 

Grow Veg

Mystical Stitches

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