Hi. I've been looking at and reading the reviews on Amazon.com about the old farm books on chickens republished/updated by Plomondon's publishinc company. Has anyone here used them and do you recommend them? We are brand new at this and have a super steep learning curve to overcome. Those books on Amazon are... 1. Success With Baby Chicks: A Complete Guide to Hatchery Selection, Mail-Order Chicks, Day-Old Chick Care, Brooding, Brooder Plans, Feeding, and Housing Robert Plamondon (Author) 2. The Dollar Hen: The Classic Guide to American Free-Range Egg Farming [Paperback] Milo M. Hastings (Author), Robert Plamondon (Editor) 3. Fresh-Air Poultry Houses: The Classic Guide to Open-Front Chicken Coops for Healthier Poultry [Paperback] (Does this one have enough info on portable pens?) Prince T. Woods (Author) 4. Ten Acres Enough: Small-Farm Self-Sufficiency Through High-Quality Produce. A Back-to-the-Land Adventure from 1864 [Paperback] Edmund Morris (Author), Robert Plamondon (Editor) 5. Feeding Poultry: The Classic Guide to Poultry Nutrition for Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, Gamebirds, and Pigeons [Paperback] Gustave F. Heuser (Author) Do you find these books updated enough and have you found them valuable and viable in their information in today's farming world? Thanks.