Is starting a chick-hatching rental business right for YOU?

Watch this video about our full course to find out! Check out potential revenue figures from 6:12-10:20 and get details about this mini-course below.

What this course is
For this mini-course, we have pulled out just one small, but important, section of the complete course: How To Start a Chick-Hatching Rental Business. It's the part where we give you the information and tools you need to crunch the numbers and find out how much you'll need to invest and how much you can profit from this business. This is the most important information to have before making a decision to start a business.

What you'll learn
By the time you finish the course and fill out your spreadsheet, you will have a very clear idea of what your costs will be, how many kits you need to rent to break even, and how much profit you can expect to make in the first two years. 

Credit toward full course
If you decide that this business is right for you, you can take $75 off  the cost of the complete course.

Enroll in the MINI-course ($75)

See the FULL course ($349)

Mini-course curriculum

    1. Welcome!

    2. What you'll learn

    1. 1: Download your spreadsheet

    2. 2: Tour the spreadsheet

    3. 3: See scenario 1 - Starting with 2 kits

    4. 4: See scenario 2 - Starting with 5 kits

    5. 5: See scenario 3 - Starting with 10 kits

    6. 6: Know how to estimate your startup costs

    7. 7: Plug in your numbers!

    1. Congrats! Here's what's next...

    2. Did we deliver on our promise?

About this course

  • $75.00
  • 11 lessons

Your Instructor

Linda Easton

Partner, Hatching At Home

Linda has a B.A. in Elementary and Special Education from the University of South Florida and an M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language from the University of California, Davis. She taught in early childhood settings (infant/toddler teacher), elementary educating settings (special education, Title I Reading, mainstream grades 3 and 4), and adult education (university prep English grammar and conversation). She graduated from the California Farm Academy in 2020 and currently runs GullyRumpus Farm, where she raises Japanese (Coturnix) quail and American Bresse chickens.