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Discussion in 'Coop & Run - Design, Construction, & Maintenance' started by MidnightGyps, Oct 3, 2013.
This is some awesome information!! I am going to try this in the spring!!!! Thanks for sharing!
here's a pic of my grazing frames, I love them! You don't have to wait until spring. It's not too late to get some winter wheat/rye growing. They can nibble most of the winter, then in early, early spring the grasses will start to grow again !!
I love your yard!
I cant do grazing frames My mallard has very sensitive feet and he is prone to bumble foot so I have to keep a solid ground beneath him everywhere
I like the idea of grazing frames. I'll have to get down to building some over the next few weeks.
just wonder if i could do this inside my guinea coop this winter, under a window. they would have fresh greens all year, if they didnt decide it was a wallow