From egg to coop (my chicks evolution)

Jmpridge

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Oct 21, 2018
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Well just wanted to have a thread to keep up with my chix pix as they grow up and move from the incubator to their coop and everything between. For now we are in the house growing up in brooders.
20181130_204631.jpg here is my hatchlings and my pair of cemanis
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And my girl Matilda "tilly"
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#1 baby with some naps!
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cmom

Hilltop Farm
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Nov 18, 2007
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My Coop
My Coop
I love to hatch out chicks. I'm getting ready to set up my breeding pens after the holidays. I have a Rhode Island White hen that just started going broody, but I'm not going to let her sit or hatch now.
 

N F C

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Since your move to Wyoming, did you take your birds or start over? Just curious.

Hi cmom! I re-homed my FL flock, it was too much to take them on the road for 3.5 days. I was able to find them a good home with another BYC member that lived in the area and they could all go together as a group. I started a small flock of 5 here in WY spring of 2016 (got those from another BYC member :)).

Keeping chickens in WY is so different from keeping them in FL!
 

Jmpridge

Songster
Oct 21, 2018
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Selma , NC
Ok so some more pics.
First is my big babies growing fast! 20181130_204736.jpg
Next here is a couple of my little black silkie
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And the coop begins gonna be a tank. 8x8x4ish will be a gable roof at 30° didn't get pics of back wall up or roof parts. On hold for a few while working and building other farm projects (horse barn and fencing in pastures)
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John
 

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