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A few pictures of our extended family

Discussion in 'Family Life - Stories, Pictures & Updates' started by MindenFencesFarms, Jun 7, 2008.

  1. MindenFencesFarms

    MindenFencesFarms Out Of The Brooder

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    Here is a pitcure of our larger chicken coop that we bought from a farmer for 100 bucks. He had 2 but we where to late on getting both, he torn one down. [​IMG]

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    This is our smaller one, we use this for a brooder and the younger chickens.
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    A few of our birds:
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  2. MindenFencesFarms

    MindenFencesFarms Out Of The Brooder

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    Here are a few more from our big coop.

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    My lonley pen hen:( (If all goes well she will have to more to keep her company, if the eggs hatch)
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    This little guy my daughter got from a friend at school, they didn't want him anymore so we took him in. He is a sweet heart.
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  3. Chirpy

    Chirpy Balderdash

    May 24, 2007
    Colorado
    Great pictures! How in the world did you move that building?

    How does your peahen do around the chickens? We are thinking about adding some to our homestead but I need to learn lots more about them first. Any helpful hints or suggestions?
     
  4. MindenFencesFarms

    MindenFencesFarms Out Of The Brooder

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    Quote:We moved the shed on a mobile home trailer, worked out pretty good, and we only had to move it about 5 miles.

    We have always had our peafowl with our chickens, and they always seem to get along good. During the warmer months, we let our peafowl roam, they love to get high up in the trees. I have not let our new peahen out to roam yet. I am worried with her being the only one that she might not stay around. To me they are great birds, not to mention, the peacocks are a delite to look at.
     

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