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I have been keeping chickens in the first coop for 13 years and about 10 in the other one. It tends to be fairly dry here in the winter, the only...
That depends on how big the rooster is, but I think they should be fine as long as you keep an eye on them and make sure that they are doing fine.
In one coop I have it over plywood and the other just has beams running vertically and horizontally to support the roof. Both setups work and I...
I think it also depends on what breeds you have, for me the Orpingtons are more likely to be taken by a predator than the bantam Old Englishes,...
Do you know what type of hawk it was?
Both of my chicken coops have metal roofs that work very well, the snow slides right off them.
Edit: I live in New Hampshire
Thanks, I've heard that Sebrights were the first true bantam brees as well.
I think it alerts the person that you tag that somebody need help?
What was the first bantam breed? I've tried researching this but didn't get much and I was wondering if anyone knows.
Pecan looking for treats.
Fiona looking like she wants to kill me.
Sorry the pictures didn't work.
Red Pyle chick
[ATTACH] D'anvers chick for @Chickadeedoodahday
The last chick looks a lot like my Dutch who is the same age. The first one could be a Red Pyle oegb, but mine was pure white when she was a...
@Chickadeedoodahday you chick looks like a Belgium D'anvers.
Ferdinand, Harold or Floyd just because those are awesome names.
Whenever I have extra chickens that I can't bear to cull I send them out to free-range on my neighbor's farm with the goats and alpacas until they...
You can use a cover garage frame and cover it in fencing.
I think quails need several feet per bird. What type of quails do you plant to get?