Homemade No Crow Collar

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by CrispFire, Feb 14, 2015.

  1. Sandy D123

    Sandy D123 In the Brooder

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    If you can possibly have the new chickens separate from the chickens you already have with a chicken wire or fence in between them so that they can see each other for for five days and then you can just open the gate and let everybody start integrating… It worked for me good luck
     
  2. Bertfromflorida

    Bertfromflorida In the Brooder

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    I am finding this interesting as I was going to buy the no crow collars when I thought I had one Room but is turning out we have 4. May I ask what size if Velcro should I used for My fellas I have a blue and copper Marans
    Looking forward to the help
     
  3. R.I.P -tetra

    R.I.P -tetra In the Brooder

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    how tight do you need to put it on the roosters neck
     
  4. NurseJane

    NurseJane In the Brooder

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    My method of integrating chickens is to keep them in a dog run in clear sight of the older chickens but out of reach. After 2 weeks, I leave the kennel door open and, before you know it, they're all part of the flock!
     

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