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Chicken Boots Signed Book GIVEAWAY!

Chicken Boots Signed Book Giveaway

To celebrate the upcoming fall release of our second children's book, Chicken Boots: Bad Dog!, we are holding a GIVEAWAY for our first book, Chicken Boots!

Already own Chicken Boots?  Why not enter to win another copy and give it away as a gift!

To enter is easy.  Simply comment at the bottom of this blog post telling us your favorite chicken breed and you will be entered for a chance to win.  Contest ends Sunday, August 9th at 8pm (PST). Must live in the U.S.  Winner selected at random. 

Make sure to check back here on our blog to see if you won.

Good Luck!

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  1. Rhode Island Red

  2. Speckled Sussex :)

  3. Speckled sussex

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  5. My favorite breed is the Buff Orpington, just like Nellie. Mine has been gone for a few yrs now. Her name was Minnie the Moocher. What a girl!

    1. Congrats, Barbara! You won a signed copy of the book! Email or private message me on Facebook your address and I will pop that in the mail. Thanks for participating!

  6. New Hampshire chicken with it's pretty green feathers.

  7. Our favorite breed is our Easter Egger. Still waiting to see what color eggs she will lay

  8. We really love our Barred Rocks and Easter Eggers. :)

  9. We really love our Barred Rocks and Easter Eggers. :)

  10. It is too hard to pick just one! I do love my Easter Eggers, Barred Plymouth Rock and Light Brahmas!

  11. Too hard to choose just one as I love both my Rhode Island Reds and Buckeyes.

  12. I think I would choose our chicken the Australorp as my favorite. She plays well with my kids however I would like an Easter Egger


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