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A fun cute portable chicken coop cottage! Light and functional.
Mites and lice: Protecting and treating your flock.
a coop for five chickens designed in Google Sketchup
One of the many benefits of raising chickens is composting with chickens!
Fun Facts Here: Chickens have a great memory. They can distinguish between over 100 different faces of people or animals.
MY NEW 4x8 COOP ~Jonny Anvil~ Well it's done, and I managed to get the tenants moved in and they are happy! With my latest additions of a quad of Black Orpingtons and my New Silver Laced Wyandottes I had decided to make them a brand new Coop all...
Raising your baby chicks - A quick, short, instructional guide
A few years ago my wife got the bug to keep chickens and last year she got busy researching coops, urban chicken keeping, etc. We live in the suburbs but we are permitted to keep a small flock. After clearing it with our neighbors and writing...
HomeMade Brooder After deciding we were hooked on hatching we decided to build a durable brooder that we could us over and over. We decided to make it in 2 sections that could be taken apart for cleaning. We first built the bottom...
Raccoons (Procyon Lotor) a.k.a. Coons are one of the best known and easily recognised non-domesticated chicken predators.
Sunrise Chicks Chicken Coop I got the basic plans for my coop from [URL]http://msucares.com/pubs/plans/6248.pdf[/URL] . These plans gave me a general starting point. This was the first time I had built any structure. My father was a carpenter, so I guess...
Pallet Palace Chicks love it! Thanks to all at BYC for advice and tips. Also thanks to BYC for the #1 vote in Coop Design Contest! This originally started out as a wood shed, so there are no early construction pictures. This was built using 22...
These pages provide information about some of the predators & pests that might impact your backyard chickens.
Submitted by John Riddell. A chicken can open it herself by stepping on the platform. "When she stands on the platform the door opens. It means pests can't get to the food, so less wastage. She took about three weeks to learn to use it."
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