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post #21 of 16707

Mine is still a work in progress.  You can see more pictures on my BYC Page.

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/86138_img_5853.jpg
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post #22 of 16707

Here's our coop....

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/84109_dsc03048.jpg

Got my first chicks in March, 2011; 4 easter eggers hens (Morticia, Natasha, Samantha & Lily);  We also have a boxer mix rescue dog (Bruno), two cats (Betty Lou & Fred) and quite a few fish (commonly referred to as 'the fish sticks').

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Got my first chicks in March, 2011; 4 easter eggers hens (Morticia, Natasha, Samantha & Lily);  We also have a boxer mix rescue dog (Bruno), two cats (Betty Lou & Fred) and quite a few fish (commonly referred to as 'the fish sticks').

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post #23 of 16707

Love the pictures!
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/59651_coop_and_run.jpg
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/59651_coop_pic.jpg

Raising 3 black silkies, 3 buff Orphingtons, 1 EE and 1 silver laced Wyandotte.
Explore chicken articles, daily egg count, GF recipes and more at www.kittycooks.com
Follow our autism therapy dog's story at www.rockythewonderdog.com
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Raising 3 black silkies, 3 buff Orphingtons, 1 EE and 1 silver laced Wyandotte.
Explore chicken articles, daily egg count, GF recipes and more at www.kittycooks.com
Follow our autism therapy dog's story at www.rockythewonderdog.com
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post #24 of 16707

I haven't quite figured out how to post pictures but you can see my coop and run on my page.

post #25 of 16707

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/106368_dsc01441.jpg
heres one of 3 coops we have for our mix flock with a guinea hen and peacock
the run goes around a pine tree, it has a net top and we just put in the auto light

Shamrock Silkies! Silkies and showgirls in Blue, Black, Splash, and White. White Cochins and Blue/Black rosecombs
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Shamrock Silkies! Silkies and showgirls in Blue, Black, Splash, and White. White Cochins and Blue/Black rosecombs
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post #26 of 16707

I have two separate coops right now, though they all insist on sleeping in one. roll During the days, if it rains, they split up between shelters for some reason.

http://i948.photobucket.com/albums/ad326/aoxa/IMG_0687.jpg

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Two roomed extra large dog house (there is a perch inside as well).

No, that is not a heat lamp! Just a heat lamp base with a regular light bulb! lol

Breeding: Silkies, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Ameraucanas, Naked Necks, Buckeyes, Welsummers, Marans and Mottled Houdans. 

 

Pictures by Les Farms are not to be used without written permission from me first, and never for any commercial gain. Thank you.

 

Visit our COOP Page! 

 

Raising CX Free Range ~ Poultry Sexing Tips ~ Raising Chickens Naturally 

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Breeding: Silkies, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Ameraucanas, Naked Necks, Buckeyes, Welsummers, Marans and Mottled Houdans. 

 

Pictures by Les Farms are not to be used without written permission from me first, and never for any commercial gain. Thank you.

 

Visit our COOP Page! 

 

Raising CX Free Range ~ Poultry Sexing Tips ~ Raising Chickens Naturally 

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post #27 of 16707

Still working on it but....
http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/109472_coop600.jpeghttp://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/109472_coop500.jpeghttp://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/109472_coop900.jpeghttp://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/109472_coop108.jpghttp://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/109472_coop109.jpg


Chris

Need more chickens!

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Need more chickens!

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post #28 of 16707

In the spring my coop will get a window box for flowers in front of the window and some landscaping.  My thee hens free range for a hour each day. 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/63272_coop_in_progress_14.jpg

4 hens. Roxanne: sweet buff orpington. Wanda: grouchy barred rock.  Queen Lyla: aloof gold laced wyandotte.  No Name:  flighty barnyard mix.
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4 hens. Roxanne: sweet buff orpington. Wanda: grouchy barred rock.  Queen Lyla: aloof gold laced wyandotte.  No Name:  flighty barnyard mix.
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post #29 of 16707
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Originally Posted by aoxa 

I have two separate coops right now, though they all insist on sleeping in one. roll During the days, if it rains, they split up between shelters for some reason.

http://i948.photobucket.com/albums/ad326/aoxa/IMG_0687.jpg

http://i948.photobucket.com/albums/ad326/aoxa/IMG_0686.jpg
Two roomed extra large dog house (there is a perch inside as well).

No, that is not a heat lamp! Just a heat lamp base with a regular light bulb! lol


I love your patio umbrella for shade! yippiechickie

Raising 3 black silkies, 3 buff Orphingtons, 1 EE and 1 silver laced Wyandotte.
Explore chicken articles, daily egg count, GF recipes and more at www.kittycooks.com
Follow our autism therapy dog's story at www.rockythewonderdog.com
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Raising 3 black silkies, 3 buff Orphingtons, 1 EE and 1 silver laced Wyandotte.
Explore chicken articles, daily egg count, GF recipes and more at www.kittycooks.com
Follow our autism therapy dog's story at www.rockythewonderdog.com
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post #30 of 16707

We built the Barn fohttp://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/thumbs/69877_duck_barn.jpgr Call Ducks.  Now we have Silkie Chickens

Silkie Chickens Are A Joy
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Silkie Chickens Are A Joy
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