Buns Brood

By bunsbabies · Jun 21, 2014 · ·
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  1. bunsbabies
    We added on to an existing tool shed. It works out well as there is separate storage available for feed, bedding, and such. It is still a work in progress as we are first time chicken owners and kind of learning as we go.
    I know one thing, if chickens are like all our other critters, they will have us highly trained in no time!
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  1. bunsbabies
    Thank you, love the info. The other side is for storage, no bedding, feed, or anything that could become a contamination issue. I strip the girls coop/run once a week and with this warm weather I have been using the pressure washer (I'm a clean freak) lol All the other bedding/feed is in storage containers in the feed room in the barn. Everyone is so helpful, thanks again for the advice and tips! Bunsbabies <3
  2. childrenschicks
    Just be careful I've heard if u have a mite etc infestation that any bedding in the same area (wether a wall in between or not) will be contaminated and needs to be thrown out! But awesome job I love the wood/rustic look
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  4. ELauraD
    So true! Looks great~

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