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I would suggest a pellet gun. You may laugh but I think its perfect.
No kick back
Good for beginner
Losses due to dogs
When I clean my coop i put all the litter in my compost. I have been known in the winter to throw the litter out on the lawn. I did this because I...
I suspect it would make a fine coop. Modified a little for ventilation, nesting and roosting.
I would suggest that if wind is at all a concern...
A site I found as a good starting point for building my coop is http://backyardchickendirectory.com/chicken-coop-plans/
They have several sites...
That is awesome and i bet the girls love the extra privacy when laying.
There are a few websites with plans (some for free) at http://backyardchickendirectory.com/chicken-coop-plans/
I hope this helps you out.
My personal method involves removing all litter once a year in the fall.
my opinion is do what works.
do you ship to Canada?
This site is cool. I hope lots of you benefit from its use.
When we get about 4 eggs or more in a given nest box i sometimes get a cracked or crushed egg. it looks almost as though one egg has landed on...
for totally recycled it looks awsome
I have a small kennel that I can move around the yard. I put the birds in it so they can get some fresh grass
congrats on your hatching
very nice. looks great after the paint
everything is so cute
I use deep litter. I do not have chore boots, (I do but I don't use them) I just drag my feet on the grass on my way back to the house. I hear...
I thought I had some big eggs before. they just seem so small after seeing some of these.
Earth worms are fine. I suspect you have the same odds of them getting worms as you of getting a bad bag of feed at the store
If we were betting money I would say roo. However there is a reason I don't gamble.