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Talk to a person or cluck to a chicken - here's how you can contact me.

I love hearing from my little chicken community!

Having said that, I now receive so many messages here, through my newsletter and on my Facebook page, that - sadly - I just don't have enough hours in the day to reply to them quickly. I tried to get my chickens trained up to help but they really weren't interested, so there's only me to do it all!

So, although I do provide a contact form for you to fill in, I can't promise to get back to you immediately.

Instead, I can offer for you to join me in my personal question-and-answer session which happens on the live broadcasting part of my Facebook page.

Clicking here will take you to that page.  If you've not "liked" the page yet, please do.

When I'm planning to broadcast I will always post there the day before, to let you know.  I try to make sure the times are good for as many people as I can but of course, I'm in Italy, so it won't be perfect for everyone.

It's easy, and it's fun - do join me!

My Facebook page is also the best place to get a quick reply to a question needing an immediate answer - for example if you're having hatching problems. If I'm not around, there are always friendly, helpful people who are.


What if you can't join me live?

If that's not possible for you, please do use my contact form.  

Just fill in the information below. When you're finished, complete the security question and then click the button at the bottom which says "Click to Cluck to Cath"!

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.

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Can I help you with something else?

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What chickens need to eat to keep them happy and healthy, from chicks to adults.
How to get rid of rats in the chicken coop - all you need to know.
Incubating and hatching equipment explained.



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