Articles from ruth

THE CHICK SHELL-A Front of Coop Back of Coop Painted and with vintage signs Back of Coop Painted - Black Plastic Drape that can be dropped to cover vented area during cold nights. How the top is made Back of coop with doors open Sides lift up to get to nest boxes. Plywood floor and nest dividers slide out for cleaning or replacing. Nest boxes with hay. Just waiting on eggs. Lots and Lots of Eggs - Almost always laid in far left nest box. Everyone shares one box instead of using...
Here at Bethel Farms, LLC we are raising French Black Copper Marans, bred to the French standards and also to the proposed APA standards. Our birds' eggs have won Best in Show, Best of Variety, First Place, and People's Choice awards at the Ohio National APA Show as well as the Wisconsin National APA Show. We sell and ship day-old chicks as well as fertile hatching eggs. Please visit our website at: [URL="http://www.bethelplantation.com"]www.bethelplantation.com[/URL] or write us at [email][email protected][/email]...
THE BOOK OF RUTH Hi - My name is Monique - user name "Ruth". I got my first chicks in April - four black sex links. Got five more chicks in May - Easter Eggers. Got 4 more in August - Buff Orps. Have been having so much fun ever since. Glad I discovered this site - it's been so helpful especially since I've had a problem child from the beginning - Ruth - my twisted neck, spins in circles, can't walk Easter Egger a/k/a Pet Chicken. Here's the real Ruth - my Baby Ruth - at 10 weeks...
RESIDENTS OF THE CHICK SHELL-A Daddy Hen Rex and his babies. Don't know who the mama was but they sure don't look like their daddy."See, the trick to raising babies is to sleep when they sleep." The whole little family moves outside in new pen. Rex continues to stay with them night and day. Won't let the other pets come near them 4 weeks old and starting to free range. Never out of sight of daddy Rex. Rex digs a hole under bush and they all climb in for a nap. "We love to...
THE NEWEST RESIDENTS OF CHICK SHELL-A The Baby Buff Orps Once again Rex is Daddy Hen. He came in from a hard game of playing ball and saw a box of new baby chicks and went right to work guarding. So, no, his tongue isn't hanging out and drooling because he thinks he's having chicken dinner."I'm just too cute for words - put me on a calendar." The new babies move outside in new pen. Of course Rex has a new job that he takes very seriously. 4 days old and having a ball in new pen....
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