yeah, well...you'll never get MY cucumbers!!!!.....now I told YOU...I don't have the room right now....maybe sometime in the future..more hatching....well, okay, I can hatch, but YOU have to take them!!!!
You're welcome! The brand name & store brand plastic type bags work best. The plastic burlap & paper mill bags don't work nearly as well. The paper shreds if it gets wet & the woven bags fray if you cut them. If all you have is woven mill bags then leave them whole & fold them to fit as needed. All can be hosed as needed except the paper ones.
I never keep a mean roo. They get rehomed or go to freezer camp. I make sure anyone who takes them plans to send them to freezer camp as well.
I have one of those "kit" coops(you can see it in my profile)...at the nest box area the slats have space between them, not alot, but I though if I put something over them, it would help with the drafts. What I am wondering is, should I put the bags...(they are they mill bags, plastic type),....on the inside or the outside of the coop. I was thinking inside, with the nesting material over it. The girls do not really use the area, this is not to say they won't, but they really don't mess in them. That is why I was thinking inside......Any other Ideas?...Thoughts? I was also thinking of putting some bags around the bottom of the run area, for drafts.
Insulate as you see fit, but remember to leave gaps along the roof for ventilation.
G'Day, while I am not the 'resident aussie' and just happened to be passing your forum, thought I would say Hi and confirm that Chook or Chookie is Australian slang for Chicken ... have a great day!