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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by sdsharko, Jul 26, 2011.

  1. sdsharko

    sdsharko Out Of The Brooder

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    just gt 3 buffs, my daugter is in love as are we. Any tips would be awesome.
     
  2. Flawedatdesign

    Flawedatdesign Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Well first off [​IMG]

    Buff Orphingtons if I spelled it right ?
     
  3. sdsharko

    sdsharko Out Of The Brooder

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    yes, my pad has selling issues [​IMG]
     
  4. Flawedatdesign

    Flawedatdesign Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Chicks or Older birds? LOL Toss a bone or two here. I know I'm being a pain but it's late and Lets get the life story of your birds hehe.

    I have some that should be hatching in 2 days.
     
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    sdsharko Out Of The Brooder

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    they are 12 weeks old, and seem very happy. It took a few hours but they warmed up quickly. any tips would be great my daughter (3.5) is so happy.
     
  6. hmmcc123

    hmmcc123 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We have two buffs and they are so sweet. My girl Cora even gives hugs. [​IMG] Great chicken breed for young kids in the family. Great choice!
     
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    sdsharko Out Of The Brooder

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    One of our girls likes to sit on the feeder that is hanging from the roof of the coop. I'm worried about her pooping in the food, what should we d
     
  8. hmmcc123

    hmmcc123 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Could you make some kind of a cardboard cone to put on top of it?
     
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    try to hang it so the feeder is directly under the overhang without keeping any distance between feeder and where it's being hung from. You may have to make a small table and hang from under it. Guaranteed, if they can get on top of it, they will![​IMG].
     

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