Winterizing the C(*)(*)P
The back side
Under the coop
We turned a truckbed liner over for rain & snow protection
Shoveled a path from the coop to under the trampoline, boy oh boy, were they happy to see dirt and grass!
We are working on insulating the inside and...
Outside of the brooder.
Inside the brooder.
Checking the temperature.
March 1st 2011
Roost I built using a dowel rod from the craft store and 2 blocks of wood.
Checking out the new Ramp I built them
On top of the jar.
Brooder has doubled in size.
"Fun Run," I...
It has begun, The Great Chicken Addiction.
Started gathering Ideas and Items.
FREE= Pallets, 2 wooden doors, trailor, 2 windows, 3 bundles of shingles
2 wooden boxes, mesh metal scraps & sheeting, house paint, tar paper.
BOUGHT=2x4's, 1x3's, sheets of plywood, 3 small boxes of screws...
~CAN'T GET RIGHT~
One of my girls, her name is .Can't Get Right
...............a chicken coop built on a shoestring budget w/donated materials and
and as many recycled items as we could find and use.........a work in progress........
*(Many thanks to Scully for building my dream coop...
I eat one once in a while.
Homemade at the Butchers, hot dogs are the best.
The spaghetti ones look awesome.
Haven't eaten B-B-Q'd chips since the second grade when I threw them up
while hanging upside down on the monkey bars.
Last year I made the mistake of taking warm eggs out from underneath my girls.
They decided they didn't like this and tried to start laying in the weeds, since then
I wait until they leave the nest box to gather eggs.
Just the other day I was wondering how I could get white chicken feet prints on the front of my 3rd coop.
Stencil is my first thought, stamp next and sponge are the quick thoughts I had.
I get uncut plastic stencils at the craft store then cut them to the design I like.
So I thought why not a...