Originally Posted by Mardot
I want to attach a picture so you folks can tell me if I'm right but I haven't figured out how!
Unless you are positive that it is crowing I would hang onto it. We sell your...
Originally Posted by Daddyo775
bringing chckens into thier lives would it be better to have full grown egg laying hens to start with, then once feeling more comfortable get day old baby chicks?
Originally Posted by ManuelsChickens
Oh Okay, Thanks. (: Also Do They Call You Immediately? Or Only If You Ask For Them To Call When They Get Them? Also Would They Take More Than One Day To Call?
I think all...
We bough BIG bails of corn husks. It works great for bedding with the hens, not so much with the little ones :( Wood chips or "chopped" straw (I am not positive if that is what it is actually called) seem to work very well.
What kind of chickens are they? That is pretty young. Some of our hens have laid eggs without shells before, just like a film. My Sussex just started laying at a little less than 5 months old......I am pretty sure that is young too.
My dad and brother spend a good part of the day building an enclosure to put my turkeys in. My mom and I moved the rest of them outside today. They love it, all 50 of them!!
I am sure it won't be long before we have to expand...
All of our years of raising pullets we never had that problem until we got our last batch of Rhode Island Reds. We had one that had that exact same problem. She is about 4 months old now and doing just fine. Just make sure that she is...