Dinkys auction is all on one day unless its changed. There's like 5 different auction areas. There's the miscellaneous one sometimes two of those. Then there's large farm animals (cows adult goats sheep horses etc) then there's small animal (poultry rabbits some baby goats sometimes exotics) then there's the furniture and out in the big barn is hay, machinery, building material, tools, fencing, etc.
Sounds very cool~
I have heard that too, I will burn it depending on wind direction and where it is.
Question for the Indiana people as you know our weather. I have a 4 x 6 or slightly larger milk house I want to turn into a coop. I have 4 chickens now and plan to get about 6 more so 10 total but probably 3 or 4 will be banties silkies. I will have a 10 or 15 ft by 4 or 5 ft run attached with probably half of it covered so I can put their food and water outside. This is for non snow months only. Once the snow comes I have a 14 x 12 ft horse stall where they are currently and have two other larger stalls I could also use. So they would not have a run just the stall areas. I mean really I could just give them full run of the bottom of the barb (basement barn) if I wanted. Anyways any hens who will go outside in the cold I can keep in the milk house and the rest in the barn for the winter months. So knowing that the milk house coop is only for spring summer and fall and they will always have access to the run... Is that too small?
If there are bantams as you mentioned I think it should work. If you free range at all, that will help also.
They have a large poultry barn in between the livestock barn and the outdoor goods barn. They sell guineas, turkeys, peacocks, and chickens of all types, ages and sizes. They start every Friday night at 6 and can go very late in the night depending on how much stuff they have to auction.
Another one I really want to go to, someday!
Edited by jchny2000 - 7/26/14 at 10:10pm