- Always Grateful
They look happy ;-) That is a pretty nice shelter. May your turf live long and prosper ;-)
My cousin has ducks and just lets them run the yard. She never locks them up. They just bed down under the shrubbery. They really don't need much if there are no predators to worry about.
I still have mine in their "temporary" shelter, - also a dog run . I spent so much time & money building their pond last year, their permanent home didn't quite get finished. I did put a water-proof roof on the run and enclosed it with plastic and wood for the winter (not that they needed it that weather proof, I just worried.) It was my plan to finish their home this year, then I got chickens...and put them in another dog run. OMG I need help.
That whole fiasco with the tomatoes last year still makes me laugh when I think about it. I was so freaked out, then It was just funny. I put the tomatoes in the same place yesterday, I anticipate some amount of thievery but at least I will know it is playing with food not carnage.
Welcome to BYC @cheryl555 I hope they are all girls too ;-) I have ended up with one (very flighty) brown leghorn rooster and one RhodeIsland Red rooster that has started pecking at my shoes. He mellows out when I pick him up though ;-) I think the rest are girls. Its hard to say. Unfortunately the first time anyone of them crow, I'm going to have to heat up the pot. I don't think my neighbours would be that understanding.
Hope everyone is enjoying this lovely spring weather!
Hey guys I have welsummer pullets for sale, they are located in Mapleton, Utah. They are 10 dollars each but I can hold them until the second week of june for ten extra dollars a bird. I can deliver in utah county for an extra charge, charge depends on what city you are in. I dont get on very often so text me for more info 801 885 0404
I live in Taylorsville and really need some help with my yard. Does anyone on the list know of a teenager or anyone that wants to earn some extra money? Please PM me if you know anyone
Hello, I haven't been on for quite some time but I have a question because about 8 weeks ago or so I got me some new chicks. There a starting to show there personality and I absolutely love new babies or should I say teenagers. LOL. Well out of 5 of my leghorn chicks I ended up with roosters. I have never had a rooster and now I have two. I have no idea what to do with them, do I have make a different pen for them, can they be with my chickens? Do they eat different food? I might have to give them away because I don't know if I am a rooster person. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks