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By squiqwe, Jan 11, 2012 | |
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    W[FONT=comic sans ms,sand]here to start. Where to start![/FONT]
    [FONT=comic sans ms,sand]With my better half!
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    4/26 My wife added another chore build a perimeter fence. She went onto craigslist and foundit and we picked it up yesterday! Now which do you think will come before working on the coop repairing the roof or the fence?
    BOTH!
    [FONT=comic sans ms,sand]THIS IS THE FUTURE OUTBACK OMELET EXPRESS!

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    I know it looks a little rough but boy do we have plans!

    The "Outback Omelet Hotel" is 8x10 of which 6x8 of the interior will be dedicated to 8 australorps 4 SLW's and 2 silkies.
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    Silver wyandottes Australorp White Silkie
    Some of the features we are planning is an
    1.automatic waterer;
    Rain water will be collected in a 30 gallon container and that will feed
    a 5 gal feeder equiped with a toilet plunger system. The roof will be lined
    with chicken wire to keep bird contamination out of the water.
    2.automatic feeder
    3.Solar Heater. The way it works is sun's rays are collected and heat up a cavity in the wall of your roost thereby heating your roost.. Get a pane of glass the width of two studs. Cut an opening the same size in your wall. On the interior studs enclose the opening with plywood covered sheet insulation. Put holes in the bottom and top to allow circulation. From the outside paint the interior black and mount the glass panel. Mount the opening low in the roost and there you have it.
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