A Guide to Keeping Hens in your Garden – With Francine Raymond – DVD Trailer

Visit www.secondsightproductions.co.uk to view more trailers or purchase quality Tractor, Farm Machinery and Countryside DVDs. If youve ever dreamt of keeping a few hens in your garden, this programme provides an encouraging step-by-step guide on how to choose, house and care for your flock. Francine Raymond has gained a reputation for her philosophy of rearing hens as naturally as possible in her own Suffolk garden. She speaks to other experts on various aspects of hen keeping and looks at systems that will allow you to keep your birds happy and contented in whatever space you have available. Visit www.secondsightproductions.co.uk to view more trailers or purchase quality Countryside & Rural Life Guide’s and stories DVD’s & Tractor, Combine Harvester and Farm Machinery DVD’s
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 Responses to “A Guide to Keeping Hens in your Garden – With Francine Raymond – DVD Trailer”

  1. You’re not supposed to. It’s a trailer.

  2. Because the name has subsequently been changed, thankfully.

  3. it says it’s a trailer for the dvd

  4. You may want to seek professional care, one of my hens died due to just a small cut in her comb, and a 1/2 in. slash down her back.

    One of my hens flew into my neibors garden, and they just happened to keep a dog. shes still alive, but she has a few really painful cuts on her back, including one thats 2cm long and a 1/3centimeter deep. I think its actually gone to the muscle :( Shes also limping a bit .Her behaviors gone a bit weird as well she doesnt eat, drink or move at all, and even dribbles sometimes.
    does anyone have any tips to make her healthy again? I’m still a beginner, so i only have everyday items

  6. Well I have a massive cock. I think it came onto my land from a nearby farm

  7. We love our chuck-chucks, although after a month of settling in they have yet to lay, despite my best attempts at making 5-star nesting boxes. Love your voice. Thumbs up for us posh people! ;-)

  8. flyingfuninthesun01 Reply October 25, 2012 at 9:13 am

    Ours have been fenced in, I quickly learned how much they love to dig and they will eat almost anything – hostas, rosebushes, everything growing in my garden. But there is nothing like a fresh egg. Will never buy grocery eggs again.

  9. so.. did someone type ‘hens’ too?

  10. this is an ad!

  11. wow,,this must be the worst video on you tube

  12. SecondSightTrailers Reply October 25, 2012 at 11:52 am

    Thanks, I’m glad you liked it

  13. I don’t know why I liked this, but it was just so cute to watch hens and chicks run around. >w<

  14. this is adorable! i would love to have some!

  15. There’s a phone app to make sure you don’t forget to secure your chickens at night. See SunsetReminder on the Android Market.

  16. Plenipotentiarious Reply October 25, 2012 at 2:04 pm

    Plus, they’re so good to squeeze.

  17. What’s the best way to prepare one of these for the table?

  18. GAWD, they are so fat and fluffy! I love that! Makes me just want to eat them. And their eggs too of course. So true of the video: the satisfaction of knowing where your food came from and what the birds ate. That’s what it is all about.

  19. Chickens!!

  20. This video is adorable

  21. wow i learned nothing

  22. See Francine’s new online course – very cool
    at mygardenschool

  23. SecondSightTrailers Reply October 25, 2012 at 5:30 pm

    Hi apologies if you misunderstood this is a trailer for a DVD called A Guide to Keeping Hens with Francine Raymond. The DVD covers pretty much anything a person will need to know to get them started if they want to keep hens. It lasts for almost 80 mins i’m afraid we would not be able to give a sufficient guide in less than 2 and a half mins. sorry.

  24. My hen is kept in a big bird cage in my home but it always gets smelly in 1 day so what should do I do ? (plz reply if not my parents are going to give it to let cats eat it )

  25. One simple question ! how do you manage to keep your lawn so tidy and intact ? my chicken need to be restrained otherwise they would savage my garden and no plants and flowers would survive