Articles from Jenlyn9483

Our main indoor quail breeding pen. It has self water nipple system. We only keep the lights on in the winter for extra heat plus the garage is heated to a degree another view of it One of our indoor grow out pens. I call this pen Stage 1 grow out. Where they go after the brooder at 7-10 days our oustide pen. It has a removable divider in the middle. Currently I use one side as last stage grow out pen and the other side as my second breeder pen A closer look close up of the grow out...
Standard Chickens-- This is the flock i had built up 2008-2009 I no longer have these I moved across state and started afresh. I now just have conturnix Quail, butler bobwhites, wisconsin jumbo bobwhites and assorted bantams with a few standards growing out. My goal is to have cornish bantams, dutch bantams, OEGBs, and a Dark Cornish roo over a couple large hens so i can breed my own broilers. I also plan to downsize the bobwhites to 12 of my largest females and as few of my largest males as...
Here is a pick of my chick Majal that i designed. We built the whole thing out of 2x4s, plywood, trim and 1x6s that my BF got when he went and worked on a restraunt demolition on his day off for some extra cash. The Chimney part was a firewood display his step dad built for publix and gave to us after it warmed up. We built onto that. [/img] adding the run framing [/img] [/img] My BF building the bottom row of nest boxes [/img] me helping with the nest boxes [/img] now with nest...
just finished my first home made incubator! I'm so excited! Now I can hatch my own eggs! I learned about this homemade bator from Joann, She advised me how easy it was and where to find Miss Prissy's Simple Step by step instructions. Take a look.. I have had it running for almost two hours now and it is staying right at 100 Degrees. Here is the first thing i did, The window, made out of an 8x10 picture glass I got out of an old picture I won at the fair years ago..Never really knew why I...
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