Happy Monday everyone! I've got a fun and very unique giveaway for you today sponsored by talented Texas blogger, Carole West of Garden Up Green. I just love her blog and all of the amazing wood projects she designs and builds in her workshop but I bet you didn't know she also raises Quail on her homestead and today she's offering a copy of her eBook to one lucky Dandelion House reader! As if it isn't enough to be a power tool prowess she also rocks hat-wear. I have hat envy. I can't wear hats. My head is flat and my forehead is to short. I just CAN'T wear hats. Now Carole. SHE can wear hats! Cute hats! Hats that make her look cuter than she already is. It's just not fair! Whew. I feel better. Okay. Let's get on with the giveaway!
In my five years of blogging and hanging out in online sustainable living communities I don't think I've ever seen a book written on raising Quail for the backyard farmer/homesteader. If you've ever wondered how to go about getting started in the business of raising a few backyard quail look no further.
Carole West has done all the work for you in her latest eBook
Quail ~ Getting Started!
She recently sent me a copy of her 42 page book to review and I'm telling you she's gotcha covered!
Carole begins by telling her story of how she first fell for quail as a young girl and how after moving to the country years later with her growing family she set out to bring some to her homestead only to find little information about breeds and breeders, bird care and proper housing. She learned the hard way but has made it her mission to make it easy for you by sharing all the important things you need to know about raising Quail. If you've been thinking about expanding your homestead in 2015 Getting Started with Quail just might be the new homesteading adventure you've been looking for!
Enter below for a chance to win your eBook copy of
Quail, Getting Started by Carole West
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GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!