bobrut

They sleep on the rafter, cannot get them to move into the coop other than to lay some eggs in it. They should be ok up there, dry and fairly draft free.

They sleep on the rafter, cannot get them to move into the coop other than to lay some eggs in it. They should be ok up there, dry and fairly draft free.
bobrut, Oct 31, 2014
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