You do know I basically go past there every day. If you really need stuff I can pick it up then drop it off after midnight on my way home from work.
Oh no, can not make TSC to convenient.
Sure am glad
I do not drive that way often
thanks so much, been a few years since i went hunting with daddy, told hubby not to plan on going anywhere tomorrow, or even bringing wood up out of the pasture, we're going to do quail, looking forward to having some for supper have a few fresh purple hull peas , christmas beans to go with them, supper that i grew up with, only momma did the cooking and she was an excellent cook
anyway, thank you for the help
Adorable looking new family! The broody hut looks good also! Are those roosting perches I see slid in them? If so, they will work good after the chicks are 3 or 4 weeks but could probably be pulled out until then if it would make it easier for you to access them.
Love the 'non-slip' under carpet mat stuff you have down... that stuff is awesome.
and as a temporary thing until you get a secure run built around it..... fashion a solid door for them, the sounds of peeps can really attract unwanted attention and raccoons can work simple latches.
We had a similar problem with some of our turkeys when they hatched and after research did the following and it worked very well.
Cut a standard bandaid in half lengthwise. The bandage pad will be used as the appropriate length leg width spacer. Wrap one side around each leg. By using bandaids/bandages they are much easier to remove.
How cute. Nice job on the broody box. They will enjoy the space.