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  1. rainierlass
    Hi I am Maggie and I live on 2 acres in the western Red Cedar forest of WA state near the base of Mt. Rainier -
    I live with my hubby - 2 dogs - 2 cats and a budgie that belonged to my late mother.....I am a dog groomer and Agility
    instructor @ a working sheep farm - my dogs compete in agility - herding - and flyball........my life is NOT dull!

    I have decided to become a chicken farmer and keep 6-8 laying hens - - my brother and I built a coop over the
    holidays - - I still have some fine tuning to do - - painting - staining - backfilling etc. Added a second set of nest boxes on top of the
    original 4 as I had not realized the Deep Litter Method will cover up the openings to the ones built on the floor -
    - also need to cover the 'poop board' with linoleum tiles -

    Am looking forward to getting
    chicks - am interested in keeping friendly brown egg layers most likely Welsummers, Wyandottes and possibly a few others.
    Here is the progress of the 'Red Door Roost' - - it is now ready for the chicks!

    (Pics of my chicks on 'the Kitchen Crew' page)



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  1. Pecked2Death
    some of the pictures wouldn't show up for me either - it looks great though.
  2. Dutchgirl
    Some of the pictures aren't showing up. :(
  3. Garden Tamer
    From what I can see, your chicks are going to love their diggs! Unfortunately, I could not see some of the pitures

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