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How did you make it say "warning spoiler" then a drop down once you clicken on it?


Sorry, I couldn't remember whereI saw your post I had to go thru a few threads.  When I joined last fall and was putting on my profile, it was one of the options on top. If you click the little dialogue icon right beside a paper clip (attachment) it will let you do the trick.  I think option only available when your using your laptop or computer, I don't see it on mobile or any handheld device.

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Basic starter: Personally designed & built 10x12 Shed/Coupe/Run: Leghorns, Plymouth Barred Rocks, Silver Laced Wyandotte =10 layers

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Basic starter: Personally designed & built 10x12 Shed/Coupe/Run: Leghorns, Plymouth Barred Rocks, Silver Laced Wyandotte =10 layers

NEW ADDITION: (4/21/15)
Rhode Island Reds, Plymouth Barred Rock
Black Copper Marans & Blue Marans & 12X24X7 Additional New run
NEW BABIES: (2/17/16)
New Hampshires, Black Australorps, Amerecaunas, Easter Eggers, & Black Sex Links
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post #12 of 15


Finally got rid of the old plywood and tar paper boxes. Had some leftover lumber from the wood shed. Turned out nice.
3 years in and I'm still surprised at how easy it is, even with minimal effort, to produce large quantities of fresh eggs. Chickens are sooooo great!
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3 years in and I'm still surprised at how easy it is, even with minimal effort, to produce large quantities of fresh eggs. Chickens are sooooo great!
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Finally got rid of the old plywood and tar paper boxes. Had some leftover lumber from the wood shed. Turned out nice.

Looks nice! How high up is it?

post #14 of 15

I saw some cheap ones at Family,Farm, and Home

post #15 of 15
Top box is is about 3 1/2 feet and bottom is 2 1/2'.
3 years in and I'm still surprised at how easy it is, even with minimal effort, to produce large quantities of fresh eggs. Chickens are sooooo great!
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3 years in and I'm still surprised at how easy it is, even with minimal effort, to produce large quantities of fresh eggs. Chickens are sooooo great!
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