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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
Even *I* don't want to see me nekkid!
That's too funny! I feel the same way about myself, lol.
You still have the body for it .. I dont know who your kidding .
I have used hay for years and have yet to have a single issue of impacted crop, lost bird, etc (knock on wood now that I said it). If you are worried about it straw can be a better option as it is less appetizing to them as something to ingest. I make use of the hay the horse is too picky to eat by putting it in the run and using it in the nest boxes - have used it inside the coop itself previously. @granny hatchet - if you need more Andy at Clifty Garden Center is a great place to get good, quality stuff pretty cheap (not sure what you paid today).
Its already spread . 10x20 area they were going at it for a few hrs.
Granny use them to chop flake on half.
Now who's the pervert. Lol
If they are bigger hens they might be fine.. I made the mistake with pullets...
I bought the first one from him. $6. I got these just down the road for $5.
- *that* about sums up my day --- and it didn't get any better once I got home. Guess who has a water leak.......seems the plumbing to the shower in the master bath is leaking, came home to DH with the entire wall ripped off (it's a mobile/modular home, so that's not really a big deal, lol) as that was the only way to get to it. Looks like it's been leaking for a bit. Looks like DH is taking tomorrow of to play plumber...........