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boomer54

Chirping
9 Years
10 Years
Jul 27, 2011
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Hello. This is my first post since registering last month. I have been trying to learn as much as I can. I don't have chickens yet but look forward to getting chicks and building a coop. There is so much information on this site it is almost overwhelming.
 

redsoxs

Crowing
8 Years
Jul 17, 2011
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North Central Kansas
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from Kansas, boomer54.
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I like your approach of learning all you can and then taking the poultry plunge!
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I do thinnk, however, that while BYC is an excellent educational tool, experience is also a great teacher. After a month..go for it and enjoy!
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cravenchx

Songster
8 Years
Aug 7, 2011
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Piedmont of NC
My best advice is to get the coop built FIRST!
Our previous neighbor moved to a house where
chickens had been raised, he was getting rid of
all the old cages. We built the coop, but the cage
frames and wire was a definite life saver for the baby
chicks. We built a brooder to put inside the coop, then a
bigger brooder as they grew, inside the coop. This kept
the babies out of the garage, back porch or basement.
I think it also let them know where home is. Build the
coop first. They grow VERY fast!
 

M.sue

Songster
10 Years
May 29, 2011
2,204
8
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Michigan
Good Evening & Welcome from Michigan! This is the site to find all your answers. Glad you decided to join.
 

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