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Looking for the perfect gift for the chicken lovers in your life?

You've just found it!

There are lots of chicken and rooster (cockerel) gifts out there. So what makes this set so different?

It's made by a chicken keeper and chicken lover - me! And I have all these gifts.

So you're not buying products you're unsure about. You can rest assured that everything I recommend, here and everywhere on my website, is of excellent quality and either incredibly useful for direct use with chickens, or answers a real need in the chicken lover - a "oh please, I must have that!" appeal!

How to find the ideal gift for chicken lovers.

Gifts for chicken lovers - pin for later.

There are two sections on this page: general gifts, which will be suitable whether the occasion is a birthday, anniversary, or a "just because"; and the second section which is seasonally-related gifts, in particular gifts specific to Christmas.

In both sections, you'll find the less expensive items listed first, followed by the more extravagant.

There are gifts both for the chicken keeper, and for the chickens themselves.

Each link takes you to another page on my site where I review the product.

In that way, you'll know exactly what you're buying and how it's useful.

You'll also know it's been tried and tested by an experienced chicken keeper (me!)who will only suggest products I've used and loved myself. 


Gifts good for any occasion.

Mugs specially designed for chicken lovers

Unique mugs for chicken lovers - link.

You can never have too many chicken-themed mugs! These, though, have a special twist.

Because you can either leave the design exactly as it is, or add your own photos and words.

Inexpensive and high quality, these make a lovely, inexpensive personalised gift.


The Henbag!

The Henbag - a perfect gift. Link to review.

If you're looking for an inexpensive, any-time gift for the chicken lover in your life - no matter whether they're 10 or 100 - you've just found it!

Sure to raise a smile and start conversations when you walk into any room, the Henbag and its baby Henbag coin purse are a fun, slightly crazy gift which will make its owner smile, no matter what the occasion!


The amazing egg skelter!

The egg-straordinary egg skelter - a review. Link.

If you have chickens, you also have eggs. It's just the way it is!

The egg skelter is a novel and very efficient way of storing all those delicious eggs, and making sure they're eaten in the right order.

They also make a great talking point on your kitchen work surface!


The best automatic chicken feeder

A review of the best automatic chicken feeder on the market - link.

It may not be the traditional gift, but any chicken keeper will be delighted with this feeder.

It saves time, it makes sure the flock always has enough food available, and best of all, it's rodent-proof.

I've had mine now for years, and it's still going strong. I've given it to two other chicken-lovers and they've both said "best gift ever"!


Incubating equipment

Incubating equipment explained - link.

This article links you to all the incubating and hatching equipment you'll ever need.

From inexpensive candlers to large, reliable incubators, each one will bring pleasure for years.

If you know someone who's thinking of hatching their own chicks, these are the perfect gifts.


Seasonally themed gifts for chicken lovers.

A chicken Cinderella!

Cinderella - a Chicken Fairy-Tale - link.

This is my favourite Christmas gift of all time - both to receive and to give!

If your chicken-loving friend or relative loves Silkies, this book will be an absolute treasure. It takes the story of Cinderella and gives it a very special chicken-twist!

And Cinderella? Why, she's the Silkie, of course!


Chicken themed Christmas ornaments

Christmas tree ornaments for the chicken lover - link.

Want to celebrate your Christmas with a chicken theme - or know someone who would?

This article selects the very best: from rooster baubles to three Frennch hens, to a very special Santa with a rooster in his sack...

They're inexpensive, but they make a lovely gift which can be handed down the generations.

Link to Raising Happy Chickens home page.