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Fresh Eggs Daily®, through the various social media platforms including this blog, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, reaches hundreds of thousands of chicken and duck keepers, hobby farmers, homesteaders and others in your target market. By advertising with us, your business can reach them also.

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Fresh Eggs Daily® was recently named one of the Top 10 Gardening Blogs of 2014 by Better Homes and Gardens magazine, which just solidifies our place in the natural/gardening/homesteading online world.

In May of 2014, I was invited to attend P. Allen Smith's exclusive Garden2Blog event at Moss Mountain Farm, to speak at the Poulry Workship held there in September 2014, and to film several radio and television segments while I was there, which afforded me the opportunity to widen the visibility of the Fresh Eggs Daily name even more to a new audience. I have appeared on local television and been interviewed by local newspapers in addition to several national magazines.


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I hope you will consider joining us. Fresh Eggs Daily® is one of the largest and most well-regarded chicken-keeping websites/Facebook pages and working hard to keep chicken keeping fun, interesting and creative. We offer a mix of advice, tips and tricks to raising your chickens as naturally as possible along with recipes using fresh eggs and garden produce, DIY craft projects and more.  I look forward to a new and exciting 2014 and hope you will be part of it!

About the Author | Lisa is the creative mind behind Fresh Eggs Daily®, the popular destination for natural chicken keeping advice and one of the Top 10 Gardening Blogs for 2014 as named by Better Homes & Gardens magazine.  She is a fifth-generation chicken keeper and certified herbalist who has been raising her own backyard flock since 2009 and sharing her farming adventures on her blog and Facebook pages, charming readers and drawing them to Fresh Eggs Daily® in record numbers.

Her blog focuses on raising backyard chickens and ducks as naturally as possible. She writes about herbal and other natural poultry illness preventives and remedies, gardening, re-purposing, DIY crafts, and cooking and baking with fresh eggs, herbs and veggies not only for her own blog but also for such magazines as Backyard Poultry Magazine, Hobby Farm Home, Chickens Magazine, Capper's Farmer and others as well as online articles for Better Homes and Gardens, Grit Magazine, Hobby Farm Magazine, Urban Farm Magazine and HGTVGardens.com.

She also created the Facebook pages Fresh Eggs DailyDuck Eggs Daily and A Farm Girl and Her Chickens which have a combined readership of more than 400,000 fans and together are the largest backyard flock-keeping pages on Facebook. She is fast becoming a prominent face in the backyard chicken arena whom others turn to for advice and guidance.

Lisa and her husband share their small farm in southeastern Virginia with a menagerie of chickens, ducks, horses, a German Shepherd, a Corgi and a Tuxedo cat. Dedicated to raising their animals as naturally as possible, she offers advice and tips on raising chickens using herbs and other holistic remedies and shows her readers how to have some fun while doing it. In addition to chicken keeping tips, she also shares DIY projects for the coop and run using repurposed materials, natural household and personal products, gardening ideas, and recipes using fresh eggs, vegetables, berries and herbs. She gardens, knits, sews, and dabbles in canning and bread making when not tending to her flock or writing.

A fifth generation chicken keeper, Lisa has been around chickens for most of her life, but only got back into raising them as an adult in 2009. In the years since, she created Fresh Eggs Daily® to help others learn how to keep their flocks safe from predators, how to build strong immune systems, and how to keep them healthy without using antibiotics or other commercial medications.

Lisa’s advice is time-tested, much of it based on how the old-timers did things, as well as tried-and-true from her own experiences with her flock. She has written a book called Fresh Eggs Daily: Raising Happy, Healthy Chickens...Naturally (St. Lynn's Press, 2013) which not only offers some basic advice to those just starting out on their backyard chicken journey, but also complies the best from her blog in the areas of the coop, run, nesting boxes, dust bath area, and more, to guide readers on a more natural path to chicken keeping. She is working hard to bring back methods of chicken keeping that had been used for generations, but mostly forgotten, and popularizing them again with this new generation of chicken keepers. She is working on a second book due out in October 2015.

Lisa’s own flock has numbered from just three hens to more than three dozen over the years. She has raised more than 20 different breeds at various times and now concentrates on some of the more rare breeds such as Australorps, Lavender Orpingtons, Chocolate Orpingtons, Olive Eggers, Blue Copper Marans, Light Sussex, Mottled Java and Blue Ameraucanas. She collects pink, blue, olive green, cream and chocolate brown eggs daily from her mixed flock.

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