New For You: Book Of The Month
Meyer Hatchery is excited to announce that our Book Of The Month program is launching in 2023! If you’re like us, the winter months move us to spend more time indoors after the chickens are tended to and the day’s chores are done. Our staff decided that a great book and a mug of something warm is the best way to spend the long, dark winter evenings.
Collectively, our staff has read many books on a wide range of topics. We’ve selected our top twelve books based on how helpful they are in reaching our poultry-keeping, canning and cooking, homesteading, and other lifestyle goals. Each month, we will spotlight one new book a month, sharing with you the best parts of the chosen book to help you decide if it’s a book to consider for your library.
Need a bit more incentive to grow your home library? We’re giving you 20% off each book during its chosen month. To use your discount for the selected Book Of the Month book, use the coupon code BOTM23 at checkout.
Make sure that you’re logged into your Meyer Hatchery account online to use the code and place your order. Not sure how to do that? Watch our video on how to log into your account.
We are so happy to share our favorite books with you and hope that you’ll take advantage of this great opportunity to add to your library at a discount. Don’t forget to share your unboxing video of your new book on social media by tagging @meyerhatchery or use the hashtag #MHBOTM to possibly have your unboxing video featured on our social media channels.
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