Writing an article for Hobby Farm magazine and need input on feeders and waterers

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  1. Seedsower54

    Seedsower54 New Egg

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    Hi chicken lovers,

    I'm new to the forum, but not to chickens, having been around them/raised them most of my life. As a freelance writer, I've got an interview-based article due for Hobby Farm magazine on the subject of chicken feeders and waterers. I know there are a bazillion out there, and what I'm needing are interviews (email or phone) with people who are knowledgable on the subject. Basic questions would cover:

    1: Types of feeders and their pros and cons
    2. Same for waterers
    3. Recommendations (suppliers, diy sites, etc)
    4: Your current set-up and why you like it (or not)

    Your name and title would be cited in the article, and you would receive a complementary copy of the issue of Hobby Farm that the article appears in.

    Thanks to all who are interested in contributing,

    Leslie

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    www.journeywithhonor.blogspot.com
     
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    sourland Broody Magician Premium Member

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    Welcome to BYC. Try the "Raising Backyard Chickens" forum 'Feeding and Watering your Flock' section. Good luck.
     
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