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post #11 of 17

Welcome to BYC! Please make yourself at home and we are here to help.

 

I also agree with Drumstick Diva about check your local laws first.

"Let God have you and let God love you. And don’t be surprised if your heart begins to hear music you’ve never heard and your feet learn to dance as never before.” -Max Lucado

"You have searched me, Lord and You know me. You know when I sit and when I rise; You perceive my thoughts from afar. You discern my going out and my lying down; You are familiar with all my ways." -Psalm 139:1-3
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"Let God have you and let God love you. And don’t be surprised if your heart begins to hear music you’ve never heard and your feet learn to dance as never before.” -Max Lucado

"You have searched me, Lord and You know me. You know when I sit and when I rise; You perceive my thoughts from afar. You discern my going out and my lying down; You are familiar with all my ways." -Psalm 139:1-3
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post #12 of 17

Welcome to BYC, PM me if you have questions or need help

 

Rubber

post #13 of 17

:welcome I'm glad you joined our "flock!"

Breeder of Dutch bantams, Wyandotte bantams, and a few exhibition rabbits.

Feel free to ask me questions about chicken and rabbit care, breeds, and showing! I'm always happy to help!

Nature's first green is gold,

Her hardest hue to hold.

Her early leaf's a flower

But only so an hour.

Then leaf subsides to leaf.

So Eden sank to grief,

So dawn goes down to day.

Nothing gold can stay. --Robert Frost

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Breeder of Dutch bantams, Wyandotte bantams, and a few exhibition rabbits.

Feel free to ask me questions about chicken and rabbit care, breeds, and showing! I'm always happy to help!

Nature's first green is gold,

Her hardest hue to hold.

Her early leaf's a flower

But only so an hour.

Then leaf subsides to leaf.

So Eden sank to grief,

So dawn goes down to day.

Nothing gold can stay. --Robert Frost

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post #14 of 17
Welcome to BYC. I'm in Islip.I googled town rules for poultry and found with the size of my yard I could keep approximately 253 chx in a contained backyard. I only have 5 for now. Babylon (outside the village )should be similar. No roos.I'm trading my handsome "Golden Comet" back to my friend \enthusiast\breeder on the north shore for a girl. He's OK as he promised me 5 hens,and wants to master reliable sexing. By the way,I'm a carpenter, and built my coop to use some spare,"free" lumber I had. The rest was not free. O well. I'd be glad to share any ideas or advice. Be sure to visit Agway in Riverhead.
post #15 of 17

Welcome to the BYC flock!  We are glad you joined us!

 

:jumpy:cd:welcome:cd:jumpy 

Sassafras Grove Farm

sassafrasgrovefarm@outlook.com     sassafrasgrovefarm.weebly.com (not yet published)

 

Black Double Laced, Blue Double Laced and Splash Barnevelders

Silver Double Laced Bantam Barnevelders

Silver, Charcoal, and Birchen Iowa Blues

Swedish Flower Hens

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Sassafras Grove Farm

sassafrasgrovefarm@outlook.com     sassafrasgrovefarm.weebly.com (not yet published)

 

Black Double Laced, Blue Double Laced and Splash Barnevelders

Silver Double Laced Bantam Barnevelders

Silver, Charcoal, and Birchen Iowa Blues

Swedish Flower Hens

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post #16 of 17

Shirley Feed & Garden Center Montauk Hwy. 

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How much property do you have? I'd love to be able to keep more birds.

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