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Ok, awesome. Thank you
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This is my brooder set up. Just thought I would share. I am going to be using the Egg cartoon only for the first day I Am going to use a Tupperware or a actual feeder the rest of the time.
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You can kind of see that I used small chicken fenceing under the shelf liner. I was careful so that the edits would not poke through. I rooled them up a few times and taped them so my ducks would not get poked. This makes it Soft but most importantly it makes a place for the water and waste to go.
You can also see my watering station. I used a small cookie pan with a wire rack on that then shelf liner on top of that because the wire rack spaces were two wide.
I am using the Victor flee trap too😃

Edited by neetabeamie - 5/11/16 at 7:38pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Duck Drover View Post


This is my brooder set up. Just thought I would share. I am going to be using the Egg cartoon only for the first day I Am going to use a Tupperware or a actual feeder the rest of the time.
[IMG]




You can kind of see that I used small chicken fenceing under the shelf liner. I was careful so that the edits would not poke through. I rooled them up a few times and taped them so my ducks would not get poked. This makes it Soft but most importantly it makes a place for the water and waste to go.
You can also see my watering station. I used a small cookie pan with a wire rack on that then shelf liner on top of that because the wire rack spaces were two wide.
I am using the Victor flee trap too😃

Somehow you typed your reply inside the quote so it looks like I wrote the post and posted the pictures. It confused me because it does not look like my set-up but then I realized what happened. It looks good!
post #54 of 54
Not sure how I did that...
Thank you!☺
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