Their safety, my responsibility

My runs are fully enclosed and roofed. My coop is 10ft×8ft divided into two. Half for my egg layers and roo. Other half for my speciality birds,...
By Hughes Wildlife Farm · Sep 26, 2019 · Updated Oct 9, 2019 · ·
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    Their safety, but our responsibility ... that about sums it up, doesn't it? You may want to delete the duplicate pictures ... although I really like the one with the turkey. Oh, if our birds could only talk, I'll bet that one would have a great caption!

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    It's looks really convenient to have the coop split in two!
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      The roos and egg lays are much bigger and older, so I like them to have the full run of the fenced forest, and they get to see the smaller babies, silkies, and Polish Crested, just encase I ever have to integrate them.. But after a hawk took my 1st silkie, I wanted a seperated more secure area for those unable to protect themselves. So that's why the 2nd have of the coop opens into a full enclosure they can safely dig and play in.

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