Hello from North Dakota

Connie ND

In the Brooder
May 26, 2017
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We started raising chickens last fall. All are beautiful and healthy. They survived one of the worst winters here in decades. Of course that is because they have a good sized, insulated and heated coop. Many others were not so lucky.
We are looking forward to different breeds and some guineas.
A bit daring for our first year. But fun!
 

Pork Pie

Flockwit
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Hi and welcome to BYC - great that you have joined us. Good luck with your guinea project.

You'll find lots of info in the Learning Centre - https://www.backyardchickens.com/articles/category/learning-center.11/ and if you have a specific topic in mind, just type it in the search box - there's a wealth of information on past and present threads.

You may wish to consider joining your state thread as it will put you in touch with other BYC members in your area - http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/270925/find-your-states-thread#post_3239224

All the best

CT
 

sunflour

Flock Master
8 Years
Jan 10, 2013
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:welcome so glad you have joined us.

I can't imagine tending a flock with your winter weather.

Good luck with your plans for adding to the flock. If you haven't already done so, do research how to accomplish adding newbies.
 

TwoCrows

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Mar 21, 2011
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Hello there and welcome to BYC! :frow

Winters sure can be brutal! Most chickens are pretty hardy even in the coldest of weather.

Make yourself at home here, ask any questions you may have and welcome to our roost! :)
 

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