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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by rabm03, Mar 23, 2015.

  1. rabm03

    rabm03 Hatching

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    We have 6 Rhode Island reds at about 2 weeks old. We have an order of 15 Rhode Island reds coming on Thursday which will be a few days old? I'm thinking that it would be wise to separate the groups for a few weeks than introduce both groups when the little ones are older? I'm I wrong? Or should I just put them all together in the beggening?
    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. wyandottegirl

    wyandottegirl Chirping

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    Hi and [​IMG]! I would probably separate them to begin with until they all get a bit older.
     
  3. rabm03

    rabm03 Hatching

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    Thanks For the advice and the warm welcome. we are newbies at this but we have done a lot of research. But getting advice from other pros is way better than reading articles.
     
  4. SammileeChickie

    SammileeChickie Chirping

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    I think they would be fine if you just try it out and see what happens :) I have two chickens and one of them is two weeks you get than the other and they get along really well.! They cry for each other.!
     

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