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By whmeade10, Jan 11, 2012 | |
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    Here is my small opperation that keeps me relaxed.
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    This is an old tobacco barn that I converted into a chicken coop.

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    Nesting boxes. They even lay in the space below the boxes.

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    Roosts. They only use the top roost. All 15 fit. I will have to extend it when the babies grow up.

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    View from the back doors. There is a loft to store the straw I use.

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    Isolation for new chicks that have just got their feathers. They stay in here until they get big enough to be put
    the rest of the flock.

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    Here is the main Rhode Island Red flock.

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    Here is Omlete the New Hampshire Red that is the pet of the flock. Loves to be picked up and petted.

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    On the roost and ready for bed.

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    Bought 7 Rhode Island Reds and 2 Australorps today. 02/27/2010

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    Other side of the feeder.

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    This is their home until big enough to go into the isolation home in the coop.

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    32 RIRs in the bator.

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