nickitruesdell

Since we had the inside of the coop separated into two sections, the new babies could be "in" the coop to meet their mates without being thrown together too soon. We kept them like this for a couple of weeks. The white picket fence in the previous photo was moveable, but we typically just climbed over it to feed and water.

Since we had the inside of the coop separated into two sections, the new babies could be "in" the coop to meet their mates without being thrown together too soon. We kept them like this for a couple of weeks. The white picket fence in the previous photo was moveable, but we typically just climbed over it to feed and water.
nickitruesdell, Aug 9, 2014

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