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Agreed. I live where it can get pretty snowy. And I know man people without heaters in their coop, and perfectly happy chickens in the winter.
This is kinda a weird question, is ventilation necessary for a chicken coop? In other words what could considered "ventilation" for a...
I agree with everyone. It is a pullet.
Thanks for the pics.
Yes, please do this. It helps A LOT. The back is where you will mainly be able to tell is a chicken is a rooster or hen.
I hope you learn here. I joined for the same reason, to learn. I have found it SUPER helpful. I'm sure you will to. (BTW, Awesome breeds!!)
Thanks, will there broodiness be a problem?
I'm really close to getting chicks. One thing I need to decide is what breeds to get. After doing some research with no solid answers, I...
Welcome to BYC! I love it here I'm sure you will too.
(BTW, I love your choice of chicken breeds!)
Keep close watch on her and be careful not to stress her out.
Whenever it gets dirty or slimy refill.
In my mind if a chicken is with you since it was a chick it will be more friendly when it is an adult. I'm not sure if this how it actually...
Yay! The first of many eggs.
I am sorry I can't be of much help but hope it gets better.
Like many have said you have an Easter Egger! I can't help much further than that but CONGRATS on your EE! :woot
Hawks are really brutal. The actual chicken, Arla, lost her live to one.
Bunny, Peblo, Squash, Basil ;), Ect.
:D They aren't "pretty" names but I like them.
I think it is AWESOME that chicken stepped on your foot! I think your hen wants to be close, whereas some will just run away. That hen is a...
The black tips on her come are frostbite. I don't know if the frostbite is connected to the other problems. Hope it all gets better.:idunno