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Here is Jackson, my 5 month old Narragansett tom.
Intrepid creatures! They even do well in snow. [IMG]
Cool! I'd love to see that. Would you post a picture? Sorry, I have no answer for your question.
Although they are in and out of each other's coops all day long, my guineas, my chickens and my turkeys all roost separately at night and, while...
Love that illustration!
You use DE as an absorbent in the coop, not in the run. It draws the moisture out of the poo, which keeps the smell down. It doesn't take much...
How about one of these?
Nice color on your hens, JamesA! They seem to be having a good time!
I'm trying to get my adult birds trained to use it. Today's lesson consisted of spearing grapes on the nipples, which the birds quickly pecked...
Nice job! [IMG]
That's very cool Steve. I love having the reservoir on the outside. My next incarnation may take advantage of that technique. Thanks for...
Mine are sort of like a car alarm. They go off so often that I don't even look any more!
I did a farm update on my blog yesterday, which included pics of my feeders/waterers.
It's here if you want to take a look -...
If you buy a bunch the shipping averages out less. I wouldn't just buy 2 or 3. The Avian Aqua Miser has free shipping but they charge so much...
My TSC sells both but the Flock Raiser they have only comes in a crumble. I prefer to feed pellets.
I love my Buckeyes, which are ALBC strain. I consider them to be the perfect free-range bird. They are friendly without being needy. Mine have...
I made nipple waterers out of 5 gallon buckets with 3 nipples each. One is in a coop with 9 Buckeye chickens and the other is in a coop with a...
Good looking turkeys!
I don't know about the midget whites but I love my Narragansetts!