Articles from razmond

Table of Contents The Story The Process The Water System Costs Family Photos Rain City Chickens The Adventure Prologue A project... a desire... long time coming is drawing ever closer. I've been talking about this for months. Friends have copied me and now people ask, "Oh? Are you trying to be like So & So?" Denyingly, I retort, "Noooo! This was my idea all along. They copied me!" One such friend who jumped the gun and has two (slightly roasted because the heat lamp was too...
Table of Contents The Story The Process The Water System Costs Family Photos The Process June 11 --Construction Day 1 Finally, today, with the help of a friend (who has tools) we began construction on the coop. Wehoo! It's amazing how many times plans have changed. Admittedly, it's hard not to get frustrated with the process and my own inabilities and lack of construction know-how. I'm so very thankful the Lord has blessed me with people who are willing to help me think...
Table of Contents The Story The Process The Water System Costs Family Photos W A T E R Here's the info for my waterer copied directly and supplied by Uncle Neil . This was a most excellent (and inexpensive) investment. Neil provided everything that I needed and was patient and quite expedient. I had the PVC glue (approx$4) and teflon tape (approx $1) on hand from previous DIY projects. New/not on hand materials were about $8. Those items were: Threaded nipple drinker (x1)...
Table of Contents The Story The Process The Water System Costs Family Photos All Photos Click image to see are all the photos of Rain City Chickens. I'd like to add a slide show if I can figure it out somehow. Here are some additional favorite photos (not featured on other pages) Mouse over for descriptions. ** * * * * *
Table of Contents The Story The Process The Water System Costs Family Photos Rain City Coop Expenses MaterialPrice Totals Cost Red Paint (gal goof) ....didn't use so took it out of the total $4.00 Building Materials$40.62 CraigsList Lumber $0.00 Chickens $11.96 Industrial Pallet $0.00 Feed $17.78 Re-Store Window $0.00 Necessities$5.97 Concrete Blocks $0.00 Feeder galvanized $2.99 Misc.$0.00 Feeder top (spaghetti jar at home) $0.00 Tax $6.61 Waterer jar...
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