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  1. maritymoon

    I just have to share their new home

    My eight little chicks (about 4 weeks old) are happily locked into their new home; much bigger and way more interesting than the brooder I had in the breakfast nook. They've been living with the lights off for about a week as the house stays about 70 degrees, and they don't seem the worse for...
  2. maritymoon

    I just have to share their new home

    My eight little chicks (about 4 weeks old) are happily locked into their new home; much bigger and way more interesting than the brooder I had in the breakfast nook. They've been living with the lights off for about a week as the house stays about 70 degrees, and they don't seem the worse for...
  3. maritymoon

    I just have to share their new home

    My eight little chicks (about 4 weeks old) are happily locked into their new home; much bigger and way more interesting than the brooder I had in the breakfast nook. They've been living with the lights off for about a week as the house stays about 70 degrees, and they don't seem the worse for...
  4. maritymoon

    I just have to share their new home

    My eight little chicks (about 4 weeks old) are happily locked into their new home; much bigger and way more interesting than the brooder I had in the breakfast nook. They've been living with the lights off for about a week as the house stays about 70 degrees, and they don't seem the worse for...
  5. maritymoon

    happy to be here

    I have always wanted a small, egg-laying flock (troupe? herd?) of chickens in my rural backyard. I was planning on reading up on it and such this spring/summer and getting some next spring. I was talked into chickens THIS spring by my 11 yr old daughter ("Mummy, pleeeease?) ... and so on a...
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