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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Yep, guilty granny, but your still older than me
he has a blue tail ? how cool ! she is very beautiful. reminds me of the mille flure .
You're a youngun and Red is a pup. I think I'm the eldest here.
ya, you were the first today. by what a yr. ?
how old are you mutt ? I think Newfie is older . I have forgotten her age.
Red you should be used to "hens" hissing at you. All done sucking up the leaves in the parking lot. I am ashamed to say that I had to get help to start the bugger. My upper body strength sucks, usually if it doesn't have electric start I don't buy it. I am now even dustier then my living room. LOL blend right in with the dark walnut paneling.
I love the glass in your door twist. how old is it ?
Great coops and beautiful chickens Lisa . Yall are more then welcome to come over and build me a couple if you get bored.
about 10 years LOL its a Larson door from Menard's I do have an old stained glass window I got at an auction but it needs to be releaded. When we were cleaning out one of the houses at the farm I found to cranberry red glass door knobs. I will use them some where.
With the snow, that means lots of work for me, hauling water out for all 4 coops & keeping paths shoveled for the birds so they are able to go out. With the large coop I don't keep the water in the coop because of the shear number of birds. I don't want the extra moisture inside so I have a table of sorts that I cover 3 sides with dark plastic. That keeps the snow from drifting into the heated water dish. I have to keep a pretty good sized area shoveled out to encourage the chickens to come out in the snow. Whenever I need to do a coop cleanout I put the old shavings down in the run & pathways so its not so cold on their feet. I also put out a flock block that I cover with a plastic tub. When I want to encourage the birds to stay out on nicer days I uncover it for a while.