One thing that many homesteaders can agree on is the necessity to keep chickens as they are an excellent source of food, both for eggs and meat. Gentleman Pirate Club has put together a project known as ‘So You Want to be a Chicken Farmer’ where it will share information about chickens with you. There are many fun and informative benefits to viewing our chicken project here including:
• Live chicken sounds such as clucking and crowing noises
• Mama chicken with her baby chicks walking across the screen
• Floating chicken when you move your mouse
• Chicken dances
• Jonathan the Fairy Farmer’s Instant Fairy Garden from the Teelie Turner Author brand
• Jonathan the Fairy Farmer book by Teelie Turner available in several formats
• A fun line of clothing and accessories featuring the slogan ‘Don’t Make Me Peck You.’
• A second line of clothing and products featuring the wording ‘Cluck In.’
• Chicken coops, chicken books and chicken costumes
• A blog post about dazzling chicken coops
• Numerous facts and quotes about various breeds of chickens.
The Gentleman Pirate Club is focused on providing its many followers with a treasure trove of information on survivalism, prepping, homesteading, gardening, and outdoor sports, among other subjects.
Gentleman Pirate Club is the brainchild of Lynn and Tom Randall, a married couple that has been into prepping for years. Their mission in life is to always be prepared for whatever life throws their way.
Since the creation of The Gentleman Pirate Club, the couple has shared their passion and knowledge of prepping through the website. With the help of their partners, the global company wishes to educate people on what they need in case of an emergency such as a hurricane, tornado, flood, earthquake, fire, terrorist attack, and other natural and man-made disasters.
If there are any topics that we haven’t covered that you’d like to learn more about, please reach out to us and we’ll take your suggestions under advisement.
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or call 206-414-0543.