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My surprise today!

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

emoticon emoticon I have been wanting chickens again, has been a year without fresh eggs. Lucky me, a friend is moving and having to find her chickens a new home. Just have to get a coop built. So excited!
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  • v BLOORP
    Went to the state fair and saw a great exhibit with baby chicks. And of course I looked at all the full grown ones too. What fun.
    1256 days ago
  • v BLOORP
    next week . can't wait. Coops ready.
    1260 days ago
  • v TURTLESUN3
    Did you get your baby chicks yet? emoticon
    1260 days ago
  • v THM_DEB
    Enjoy the eggs :)

    I'll have to suggest to my friend to build a larger coop and rotate around the yard, she surely has a big enough one!

    Are yours white or brown hens? She has brown and therefore brown eggs..and nothing like a fresh egg!

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    1270 days ago
  • v BLOORP
    I will keep them in a coop. Have racoons and foxes and hawks to protect them from.Raised them for 12 years before. Will rotatate them around the yard with a rolling coop.
    1274 days ago
  • v THM_DEB
    Blessing or a curse....my best friend lives in a rural area and wanted chickens..she has 6 of them. Fore warning though, they will eat a lot of your garden, bulbs, etc. if you let them free range and the poop, we'll let's say she has a special pair of chicken boots.

    She is a gardner of veggies and plants :) and is not too happy about the eating of them, roots and all.

    Will you keep them confined to a coop or free range?


    1275 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/26/2013 5:49:00 PM
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